A device or enclosure designed to catch and retain animals, typically by allowing entry but not exit or by catching hold of a part of the body. A situation in which people lie in wait to make a surprise attack. A device for hurling an object such as a clay pigeon into the air to be shot at. A light, two-wheeled carriage pulled by a horse or pony. A person's mouth (used in expressions to do with speaking). Percussion instruments, typically in a jazz band. An act of trapping the ball. Basalt or a similar dark, fine-grained igneous rock. Catch (an animal) in a trap. Put trappings on (a horse, etc.).