Verb (used with object) : to snare her into going. From Dictionary.com.
Then I sat down in a beautiful spot to watch the life about me, and to catch the snarer at his abominable work. From Wordnik.com. [Secret of the Woods] Reference
Gavin was also a famous hare-snarer at a time when the ploughman looked upon this form of poaching as his perquisite. From Wordnik.com. [Auld Licht Idylls] Reference
Behold, now, Miss Esmé Elliot, snarer of men's eyes and hearts, sharpening her wits and weapons for the fray; aye, even preparing her pitfall. From Wordnik.com. [The Clarion] Reference
And suppose one told her that if she lured it down to earth from the glorious safety of the skies, she would bring it to captivity or death at the hand of the snarer. From Wordnik.com. [Moon of Israel] Reference
The light which was breaking through the gloom and confusion of Andreyev's early work was the conception of man as the son of eternity, a citizen of countless worlds, a sun-snarer. From Wordnik.com. [Leonid Andreyev: 1871-1919] Reference
He's a poacher, a snarer, and a robber of the fishponds -- any one of 'em when he gets the chance; leastways it's said so; and he looks just like a wild man o 'the woods; wilder than any Robison Crusoe!. From Wordnik.com. [Elster's Folly] Reference
You can chintzily set the tuberculate per real estate in colorado, bantering your snarer set up, puberty you to saddler homophone a at vexatiously lifeboat, and pelf b at richly curatorial to sikkim restroom. From Wordnik.com. [Rational Review] Reference
She sat in that chair by the fire, gazing at the hissing logs as they spat at the flames that licked them, and felt all the powerlessness, all the impotence, that the frightened rabbit knows when it is caught in the device of the snarer. From Wordnik.com. [Sally Bishop A Romance] Reference
A bird snarer; and I had the melancholy satisfaction of deceiving her by my exclamation, which was one of those cries from the heart which women understand so well. From Wordnik.com. [Honorine] Reference
"And he is not a poacher and a snarer, and I don't know what all, leading. From Wordnik.com. [Elster's Folly] Reference
"Honorine had wanted to ascertain whether I were an actor, a bird snarer; and I had the melancholy satisfaction of deceiving her by my exclamation, which was one of those cries from the heart which women understand so well. From Wordnik.com. [Honorine] Reference
A snarer of simple birds. From Wordnik.com. [Traditions of the North American Indians, Vol. 1 (of 3)] Reference
Miserable overcraft of the snarer!. From Wordnik.com. [Harold : the Last of the Saxon Kings — Complete] Reference
L'Oyseleur (bird-snarer, a significant name), was sent, and consented to be sent, to Jeanne in her prison, as a fellow prisoner, a/pays/, like herself from Lorraine, to invite her confidence: but his long conversations with the Maid, which were heard behind their backs by the secretaries, elicited nothing from her that she did not say in the public examination. From Wordnik.com. [Jeanne d'Arc]
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