Definitions of "entrapment"
  1. A practice where someone is tricked or coerced into committing an illegal act
  2. A situation in which an individual is coerced, lured, or deceived into committing an illegal act
How to use "entrapment" in a sentence
  1. The defendant argued that the police used entrapment to secure an arrest.
  2. Entrapment is often a point of contention in undercover police operations.
  3. If there was entrapment involved, it could potentially undermine the entire case.

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