Snare and Trick


Snare noun - A device or scheme for capturing another by surprise.
Usage example: you fell for my clever snare, you fool!

Trick is a synonym for snare in trap topic. In some cases you can use "Trick" instead the word "Snare" as a noun or a verb, when it comes to topics like entrap, pitfall.

Nearby Words: snared, snaring


Trick noun - A clever often underhanded means to achieve an end.

Snare is a synonym for trick in entrap topic. Sometimes you can use "Snare" instead the word "Trick" as a noun or a verb, if it concerns topics such as deceit.

How words are described

fake fake snare fake trick
single single snare single trick
infamous infamous snare infamous trick
cruel cruel snare cruel trick
Other adjectives: novel, magical.

Common collocations

man snare man trick man
guy snare guy trick guy
people snare people trick people
men snare men trick men
Other words: children, villain, harry, knight, victims, opponents, enemies.

Both words in one sentence

  • Love Triangle: A trick card that can snare two fools or foxes in the same scheme.
  • Al has Hohenheim trick Pride into gathering all his shadows into one spot, first by having Hohenheim advance on him, and then by having Pride snare Alphonse, stopping what appeared to be a painfully obvious sneak attack.
    Source: Kill Us Both
  • Caught in a Snare: Deciding to pull a trick on his brother, Peter devises a snare trap on his latest crime scene, but is accidentally caught in it himself.
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