trappy

trappy

(ˈtræpɪ)
adj, -pier or -piest
having many traps
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trappy

adj (+er) ground etctückisch
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CULTURE (7.30) can extend George Baker's winning streak on another trappy evening card at Windsor.
Trappy stuff but I like the look of Harry Love (3.15), Dutch Coed (4.25) and Jomrok (5.00).
ENABLE faces "a trappy small-field race" as she takes on three rivals for her British swansong in the Darley Yorkshire Oaks (3.35) this afternoon.
Wheeler, who prosecutors say was also known online as "Trappy" and "Trappy-Pandora," is believed to have served as a "public relations specialist" for the AlphaBay.
The other two Crayford events starting tonight, the Guys & Dolls and Kent Cesarewitch, both look trappy but the BAPP Group of Companies Scurry at Belle Vue could be a play event.
Is this yet another consequence of the cuts we have so called "voted for", by answering trappy questionnaires from the council?
Tomorrow's card looks typically trappy but there looks to be a couple of punts at the back end of the meeting.
CAPTAIN Chris is the cautious selection in what looks a potentially trappy Betfair Ascot Chase.
This is quite a trappy five-runner affair but the Saeed bin Suroor-runner has shown a reasonable level of ability in three career starts and is 1lb lower than when fourth on his handicap debut last last month.
The Dream Team can also take a trappy opener courtesy of VALENTINO DANCER (2.00).
In his bottle and glass?" "He (Sir Henry 'Hotspur' Percy) was obviously a bit trappy - that was his downfall."
And while this five-runner affair is undeniably trappy, it looks as though Murphy has unearthed a decent opportunity for his charge to get off the mark over the larger obstacles.