guetapens

noun guet·a·pens \¦getə¦päⁿ\

Definition of guetapens

plural

guetapens

\-äⁿ(z)\
  1. :  ambush, snare, trap a trick to lure him into some guetapens — Rafael Sabatini

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Origin and Etymology of guetapens

French guet-apens, from Middle French, from de guet apens with premeditation, alteration of de guet apensé


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