verb (used with object), ensnared, ensnaring.
to capture in, or involve as in, a :
to be ensnared by lies; to ensnare birds.
to catch or trap in a snare
to trap or gain power over someone by dishonest or underhand means
1570s, from en- (1) “make, put in” + snare (n.). Related: Ensnared; ensnaring.
[en-snahrl] /ɛnˈsnɑrl/ verb (used with object) 1. to entangle in or as in a .
El Niño/Southern Oscillation
[ahn saw-ley] /ɑn sɔˈleɪ/ adjective, Heraldry. 1. (of a charge) surrounded by rays, as of the sun: a white rose en soleil.
[en-sawr] /ˈɛn sɔr/ noun 1. James, 1860–1949, Belgian painter. /ˈɛnsɔː/ noun 1. James (Sydney). 1860–1949, Belgian expressionist painter, noted for his macabre subjects