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    1. Still convinced I was the reason she couldn’t ensnare Prince The Maiden’s Odyssey

    2. He couldn’t bust a trafficker if doing so might ensnare Enrique, because that just might finish things for Edgar

    3. 18 But, O Adam, when I heard the name of Satan, I was afraid, and I said within myself, I will not come out, lest he ensnare me as he did, my children, Adam and Eve;

    4. Many of today’s isolated suburban kids fear that to acknowledge feeling would ensnare them in a similar way to the slavery of their parents’ failing marriage

    5. 18 But O Adam when I heard the name of Satan I was afraid and I said within myself I will not come out lest he ensnare me as he did my children Adam and Eve;

    6. 1 Then went the Pharisees and considered how they might ensnare him in a word 2 and deliver him into the power of the judge and into the power of the ruler; And they sent to him their disciples with the kinsfolk of Herod; and they said to him Teacher we know that you speak the truth and teaches the way of God with equity and are not lifted up by any man for you actest not so as to 3 be seen of any man

    7. ” To ensnare oneself by overbuying into a situation that seemingly has no foreseeable escape or that creates mental suffering is not true enslavement as I am defining it, because it is self-inflicted

    8. ensnare men’s judgments, but I lead them to things

    9. tried to ensnare Michael, the most eligible bachelor in the county

    10. And this we will do so that those who really desire to enter the kingdom may discern the meaning of the teaching and thus find salvation, while those who listen only to ensnare us may be the more confounded in that they will see without seeing and will hear without hearing

    11. In answering them as he did, while not claiming authority from John, he so satisfied the people with the inference that the effort of his enemies to ensnare him was effectively turned upon themselves and was much to their discredit in the eyes of all present

    12. trying to ensnare my legs

    13. Last but not least, spin refers to what a spider does to create a web in which to ensnare her enemies

    14. book was self-illuminating, and continued to ensnare the unsuspecting, eager

    15. And with what you just told me about your family, she could have used that to ensnare your brother

    16. “The vampire queen is very beautiful, and she uses it as a weapon to ensnare those who succumb to it

    17. " She paused for a while, "You know I was so angry, I literally told him, it's because I'm my mother's daughter, that's why he saw me as some kind of royal courtesan to ensnare you between my legs

    18. "Ensnare me all you want then, should we move positions so I can be between your legs?" He said while kissing her neck

    19. The Internet: was supposed to be their ultimate creation: a global web of lies designed to ensnare the souls of living humans

    20. employers, and others to ensnare and enslave anyone through money, debt, and fear are the key

    21. worshipping them is a very old trick used to ensnare and control those who are ignorant of the true

    22. goal of these sorceries is to lure, ensnare and delude entire populations with the promise of great

    23. mystery-cult founders of Christianity purposely sought to craft a Strong Lie that would ensnare

    24. That would Love himself ensnare

    25. he, who should have been its guardian, laid traps to ensnare me

    26. Kate always manages to ensnare men

    27. Having learned from the great minds described in this chapter, we laid out a trap designed to ensnare only the guilty

    28. And the more surely we ensnare

    29. Though apparently absolutely isolated from the rest of the world in his mountain retreat in southern Spain, he keeps in touch with affairs outside so far as they affect him, and is able, in mysterious ways, to anticipate, and so defeat, all attempts to ensnare him

    30. The liberal confidence and friendly overtures of the United States were taken advantage of to ensnare them

    1. pleases God shall escape from her; but the sinner will be ensnared by her

    2. Blood ran from the corners of his mouth, he reached down to the floor and ensnared his fist in the plush emerald colored carpet

    3. Churches of men, look on all you have done! You are trapped, ensnared by all your harlotries, which you have in common with your estranged mother, the catholic church

    4. Prepared speeches, soft songs, lulling you to sleep as you rest comfortably in your padded chairs, slowly fading into all this darkness in which you are so easily ensnared

    5. He guessed that this must be Altaf Chandio, the man who’d ensnared Mandy

    6. Leaning against the wall of his study at home was the ‘Caroline Steepleton’ work board and along its bottom edge, he had long since drawn a sketch of a spider’s web with three figures ensnared

    7. I was ensnared in thought

    8. 30 That the hypocrite reigns not, lest the people be ensnared;

    9. Although he was the wisest man ever to live, apart from Jesus Christ, he was ensnared by the cares of this world

    10. ensnared him before his retelling of the Nibelheim incident,

    11. She ensnared by the love she had within her heart

    12. In the end, they ensnared and possessed him

    13. Whatever webs of conspiracy were drawn about him, whatever trickery and treachery ensnared him, this knife was real

    14. snare is subject to being ensnared, regardless of what the

    15. pain of the ensnared animal

    16. She screamed as the effulgent cobweb ensnared her, binding her limbs in the net

    17. and dwell in their land, beware that you are not ensnared to

    18. A growth-oriented body politic ensnared in endless economic confrontations killed the collective creative spirit by dulling it with a variety of trance-distractions, from sports contests to street theater protests to iWorlds to eScapes

    19. People preferred to think of their weak, twenty-nine-year-old monarch as a saintly figure ensnared by evil councillors

    20. On impulse, he gently ensnared the ball in his mouth, then spat it out, shooting it high in the air

    21. It was such a one who had ensnared him in years past and led him to the rending fields at Marshwren and elsewhere

    22. they are still ensnared by all of the downsides of such a complex and unjust society bedeviled by

    23. He did not begin to guess that she was exhibiting full-fledged obsession until she had thoroughly ensnared him with her tragic story

    24. He had not had such an encounter since the days immediately following his salvation, when he had confronted and cast out the witch doctor, who had ensnared his people for generations with superstition and cultic beliefs of practice, from the village

    25. the current world system is? See how hard it is to be virtuous while ensnared in this Vatican/Mystery

    26. The whirling dark cloud of energy was completely ensnared by the light cords cast off by the sword in my father’s hand and the mass of darkness began to writhe and moan, as it was chained in by the light

    27. 2) “The Seven Ways to Bliss were not The Great Causes of Misery were not, for there was no one to produce and get ensnared by them

    28. Once thus ensnared, unless the protecting hand of God snatch him thence, all is over, and his struggles but tend to hasten his destruction

    29. Far below, Louie was still ensnared in the plane, writhing in the wires

    30. The roundup ensnared seven gang members, though the state police said more arrests were coming

    31. and many eyes were turned t= Elrond in fear and wonder as he told of the Elven-smiths of Eregion and their friendship with Moria, and their eagerness for knowledge, by which Sauron ensnared them

    32. The night of the wedding reception, Leanna ensnared Phillip with the ruse of finding her gloves

    33. Take up the spear and shield and arise to help us; confound and put to shame those who have devised evil against us, may they be before the faces of Thy faithful warriors as dust before the wind, and may Thy mighty Angel confound them and put them to flight; may they be ensnared when they know it not, and may the plots they have laid in secret be turned against them; let them fall before Thy servants’ feet and be laid low by our hosts! Lord, Thou art able to save both great and small; Thou art God, and man cannot prevail against Thee!

    34. When the game becomes ensnared the snare arm is dislodged from the keeper stick and the switch line slips off the other end

    35. Once ensnared, the animal’s struggles will disengage the snare arm regardless of the direction from which it originally approached

    36. But if some one else gains possession of his conscience—oh! then he will cast away Thy bread and follow after him who has ensnared his conscience

    1. ensnares, a clown has tried and tried, a priest will sin, that money found,

    2. on fire as the wildfire ensnares

    1. developed to replace the tape as a means of ensnaring souls

    2. And so they came with the woman and her companion in transgression for the purpose of ensnaring Jesus into making some statement which could be used against him in case of his arrest

    3. The sand stops slithering and ensnaring

    4. It was at that time that trapping, fishing, and hunting with dogs were invented – ensnaring game instead of hunting it directly

    5. The heart is always deceitful and desperately wicked; the devil is always busy, and seeking whom he may devour; the world is always ensnaring; the way of life is narrow, the enemies many, the friends few, the difficulties great, the cross heavy, the doctrine of the gospel offensive to the natural man

    6. ensnaring the missiles in its sticky web

    7. Why not be revenged on society by shaping his future domesticities loosely, instead of kissing the pedagogic rod of convention in this ensnaring manner?

    8. Most Men fear Learning and Wit in Women, for they suppose that all a Woman’s Wit will be put to the Service of ensnaring them and making them Slaves for Life

    9. That these priests, who imagined they were eating and drinking the body and blood of Christ in the form of bread and wine, did in reality eat and drink His flesh and His blood, but not as wine and bits of bread, but by ensnaring “these little ones” with whom He identified Himself, by depriving them of the greatest blessings and submitting them to most cruel torments, and by hiding from men the tidings of great joy which He had brought

    10. Therefore, once embarked on her undertaking, Natasha remained calm and indifferent, brilliantly distinguished, and ensnaring the just and the unjust alike

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    Synonyms for "ensnare"

    ensnare entrap snare trammel trap frame set up cheat deceive mislead con gyp dupe net ambush

    "ensnare" definitions

    take or catch as if in a snare or trap

    catch in or as if in a trap