Definition of Ensnare To entrap; to catch in a snare or trap. | To entangle; to enmesh.
How to use Ensnare in Sentence?
- 1. He had meant to ensnare her heart just to free his brother from an adventuress. 🔊
- 2. He felt that the children were surrounded with many temptations to ensnare them. 🔊
- 3. It does not, however, require wickedness to ensnare a young gentleman by these simple means. 🔊
- 4. Now listen to what the caballers have devised, so as to ensnare us once more in those meshes from which we have hardly withdrawn our heads. 🔊
- 5. No sooner has a soul escaped from his snare than the great Adversary takes steps to ensnare it again. 🔊
- 6. Did not they know, only too well, of the traps which had been laid and which had failed to ensnare the daring desperado in days gone by? 🔊
- 7. The battle progressed, not so unequal as it might seem, considering the frail means used to ensnare the big fish. 🔊
- 8. In the meanwhile, all those artifices were employed that are calculated to charm the senses, ensnare the feelings, and dissolve the heart into tenderness. 🔊
- 9. Perhaps for that reason they are not spoken of with much respect, and being of a generally low order, are less likely to ensnare us than those of a generation or two ago. 🔊
- 10. Upon which I contrived many ways to ensnare the goats, and see if I could catch them alive, particularly a she-goat with young. 🔊