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rattrap

noun rat·trap \ˈra(t)-ˌtrap\

Definition of RATTRAP

1
:  a trap for rats
2
:  a dirty dilapidated structure
3
:  a hopeless situation
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Examples of RATTRAP

  1. <although the military invasion had been a breeze, the nation soon found itself caught in a rattrap with no clear escape route>

First Known Use of RATTRAP

15th century

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