Snare – meaning of the word and examples

A device for catching small animals and birds, usually with a rope or wire that tightens around the animal. (Cambridge Dictionary)

A trick or situation that deceives you or involves you in some problem that you do not know about. (Cambridge Dictionary)

A contrivance often consisting of a noose for entangling birds or mammals. (Merriam – Webster)

Trap, Gin. (Merriam – Webster)

Something by which one is entangled, involved in difficulties, or impeded. (Merriam – Webster)

Something deceptively attractive. (Merriam – Webster)

snare is a trap for catching birds or small animals. It consists of a loop of wire or rope which pulls tight around the animal. (Collins Dictionary)

If you describe a situation as a snare, you mean that it is a trap from which it is difficult to escape. (Collins Dictionary)

If someone snares an animal, they catch it using a snare. (Collins Dictionary)

Examples

Proper Use of Snares for Capturing Furbearers.

http://nasdonline.org/332/d000129/proper-use-of-snares-for-capturing-furbearers.html

Primitive Snare System For Survival Trapping – How To Make Survival Traps For Big Wild Animals.

http://yoursurvivalsource.com/survival-food/survival-hunting/primitive-snare-system-for-survival-trapping-how-to-make-survival-traps-for-big-wild-animals/

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