It is notorious enough, that the picture-market is a man-trap of the most signal and treacherous character.
The man-trap which he had set would not now fail through Dea's obstinacy.
His injury when the man-trap fell must have been only a slight one.
Old Fulcher had not got far into the car before he put his foot into a man-trap.
But Gen. Wise is safe; Providence willed that he should escape the “man-trap.”
It was a man-trap; if it had been for a bear it would be fastened to a piece of loose log.
"You got me out of that man-trap of yours," Jerry continued.
He was held fast in a man-trap which had terribly lacerated his lower limbs.
I wish to heaven you had been caught in a man-trap and had all your limbs broken, you—you—you—Oh!
This looks like a man-trap of the “Red-tapers” to get rid of a popular leader.