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2. catch, trap, booby trap, snare, pitfall, web, artifice, strategy, stratagem, gimmick, ploy.
-v. 3. entrap, ensnare, snare, mesh, bag, sack, seine, gin, trap, Archaic, entoil, Archaic, trepan; capture, catch, take captive, take prisoner, Inf. nab, Inf corral; lay hold of, Inf. lay by the heels, Inf. collar, Inf nail, seize, get hold of. net2, adj. 1. take-home, after taxes, bottom-line. 2. final, conclusive, concluding, closing, last, ending, terminal, terminative, Rare, conclusory, finishing, completing.
-n. 3. gain, profit, take, take-in; earnings, winnings, returns.
-v. 4. earn, make, gain, bring in, clear; win, acquire, secure, obtain, get; bag, sack, pocket; gather, collect, take in, pick up; come into, come by, realize, receive. nether,
adj. 1. infernal, Hadean, Plutonian, Plutonic, Stygian, Styxian, Tartarean, Acherontal, Cocytean, Phlegethontal, Avernal; pandemoniac, chthonian, chthonic.
2. low, lower, ground-level, low-lying, lowhanging, unelevated; under, underground, buried, submerged; subordinate, inferior; bottom, base, basal; lowest point, nadir, nadiral. netlike,
adj. meshlike, webbed, weblike, webby, lacelike, netted; retiary, reticulate, reticulated, reticular, retiform; cancellate, cancellated, plexal, plexiform; grated, latticed*, grilled; woven, interwoven, intertwined, interlaced, fretted, filigreed. netted, adj. 1. entrapped, trapped, ensnared, snared, enmeshed, bagged, seined, trawled, entangled; captured, caught, Inf. nabbed, Inf. collared, Inf. nailed; taken hold of, laid by the heels, apprehended, seized; clutched, clasped, grasped.
2. netlike, webbed, weblike, webby, lacelike, meshlike. See netlike. netting,
n. woven fabric, cheesecloth, muslin, lace; webwork, web, meshwork, net. See net' (def. 1). nettle, v. 1. irritate, irk, pique, vex, provoke, peeve, chafe, get on [s.o.'s] nerves, Chiefly U.S. rife, Inf. aggravate, Inf. miff, Inf. give [s.o.] a pain, Inf. rub [s.o.] the wrong way, Inf. get under [s.o.'s] skin, Inf get in [s.o.'s] hair; exasperate, ruffle, roil, disturb, perturb, disquiet, discompose, discountenance, put out, put off, try [s.o.'s] patience, Inf. get, Sl. get [s.o.'s] goat.
2. annoy, bother, pester, hector, harass,
Sl. bug, Sl. hassle, Sl. drive [s.o.] up the wall; hound, dog, nag, pick on, pick at, Sl. ride, Inf. give [s.o.] a bad or hard time; bedevil, torment, tease, taunt, tweak, mock, Inf. needle.
3. anger, incense, raise [s.o.'s] ire
or hackles, get [s.o.'s] Irish or dander up, Inf. burn [s.o.] up, Sl. tick [s.o.] off, Sl. tee [s.o.] off; enrage, madden, infuriate, make [s.o.'s] blood boil, Inf. make [s.o.] see red; exacerbate, rankle, gall.
4. sting, prick, stab, nip, bite, burn. nettled,
adj. 1. annoyed, peeved, put out, vexed, irritated; piqued, chafed, galled, riled; offended, affronted, displeased, on the outs with, indignant; worked up, Inf. hot under the collar, stirred up, Inf. sore, Sl. ticked off, Sl. teed off; kindled, enkindled; passionate, impassioned, impassionate, overexcited.

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Modern Dance

Modern dance encourages dancers to use their emotions and moods to design their own steps and routines. It is not unusual for dancers to invent new steps for their routines, instead of following a structured code of technique, as in ballet. Another characteristic of modern dance in opposition to ballet is the deliberate use of gravity. Whereas classical ballet dancers strive to be light and airy on their feet, modern dancers often use their body weight to enhance movement

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