Examples of entrapment in a Sentence
her entrapment in an unhappy marriage
His lawyer argued that he was a victim of police entrapment.
Recent Examples of entrapment from the Web
But entrapment feels wrong, spying feels wrong, and there's a sense that Americans should have privacy in their own homes.
His attorney says his client is a victim of federal entrapment.
The impact from the crash caused two vehicles to go off the roadway, and it was reported to police as an entrapment.
His tendency to oversell may have also proven his undoing when a documentary crew taped him suggesting his company could deploy entrapment tactics to smear clients’ opponents.
The company -- SCL Group, the British affiliate of Cambridge Analytica, which worked for the Trump campaign -- has often felt no need to hide some of its tactics, although Nix, in response to Channel 4, denied ever engaging in entrapment or bribery.
Also at Friday’s hearing, Oaks’ attorney withdrew a motion to provide jurors with a definition of entrapment.
Niko Suokko, 18, and Declan Ervin, 17, each died from asphyxiation due to snow entrapment, the medical examiner said.
But with the major characters free from their entrapment in the next two films, the trilogy loses much of its charm.
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ENTRAPMENT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of entrapment for English Language Learners
: the act of entrapping someone or something or the condition of being entrapped
: the illegal act of tricking someone into committing a crime so that the person you have tricked can be arrested
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