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snaresnare2 verb [transitive]  1 HBADSOto catch an animal by using a snare2 TRICK/DECEIVEto get something or someone you want in a clever way, often by deceiving other people She’s hoping to snare a wealthy husband.→ See Verb table
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snareNielsen himself has snared a 15-pounder at San Pablo.And it has failed to snare any major global accounts in several years.For instance, the network has shelled out big bucks to snare Bill Cosby for a new sitcom in the fall.Attempts to snare even rabbits became dangerous forays.Boggs is one of three people snared in an ongoing federal investigation.Coevolution can be seen as two parties snared in the web of mutual propaganda.This fallacy has snared philosophers from Plato to Leibniz and beyond, and it still snares many major physicists.He added that attempts were being made to snare them by hanging nets between trees.