trappy

adjective trap·py \ˈtrapē, -pi\

Definition of trappy

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  1. 1 :  of, relating to, or containing traps or snares :  tricky, difficult riding them through thickly timbered country over breakneck fences and trappy ground — W. A. Kerr the snow lies deep and soft over the trappy holes and crevices — F. G. Jackson

  2. 2 :  having a short quick rather high gait —used of a horse

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