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Insnared meaning

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  1. 1. of Insnare

Insnared - examples of usage

  1. Shakspeare himself, looking back on this part of his youthful history from his maturest years, breathes forth pathetic counsels against the errors into which his own inexperience had been insnared. - "Biographical Essays", Thomas de Quincey.
  2. Seeing that professed courtesans insnared the most promising youths, and snatched them from other women, this description of females sprang up, in a manner, to dispute with them, under the rose, the advantages which the others derived from their traffic. - "Paris As It Was and As It Is", Francis W. Blagdon.
  3. Then with alluring, am'rous smiles And nods and other wanton wiles, The unsuspecting youth insnared, And rivall'd me in his regard. - "The Satyricon, Complete", Petronius Arbiter.
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