For while trudging with Jerry along a rocky hillside I stepped straight into the death trap of a rattlesnake.
"We're walking right into a death trap," he told Neilson one morning.
Without any attempt at a sensation, we pronounce this box or tank a death trap!
If you intend not to rot here in La Guayra, or be caught in a death trap, we must be up to the mountain top beforehand.
The enemy, who had thought to split the 42nd to some purpose, were thus themselves caught in a death trap.
So patent were these to all who concerned themselves in the matter that the train was nicknamed in the camp 'Wilson's death trap.'
But it took many an agonised, almost despairing, stroke ere his legs sucked out of that death trap.
It was a death trap that any experienced mountaineer would recognize at a glance.
I remember every bit of that amphitheatre place, and what a death trap it seemed.
The qualities and characteristics of that death trap, the David, were well known to everybody.