ACME has a mousetrap division that is not performing very well.
It was a “mousetrap,” he said, for the women who were already getting blowouts daily because of the speed and environment.
It is a piece of cheese—a piece of cheese in a mousetrap, and we are the little mice.
I'm here, we're here, and you've just provided me with a way out of this mousetrap!
Trina burst in upon her mother while the latter was setting a mousetrap in the kitchen.
When I got there I found that poor Tom was imprisoned in a mousetrap.
The player-queen, when not robed for performance in the tragedy of "The mousetrap," should wear a boy's dress.
The players enter and plan with Hamlet the performance of The mousetrap.
An ordinary spring mousetrap makes a good bread or milk-ticket holder.
To the left is the "mousetrap," to the right the prison gates.
A small, inferior theater or nightclub: He walked out on the stage of a mousetrap called the Blue Angel (1950s+)
To trick someone into a trap, esp by various feints (1950s+ Sports)