Steel-trap in a sentence

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A knife or an ax or a steel-trap burned as if it had been heated in fire, and stuck to the hand.
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And if von could have seen that gal, her eyes like two big burning suns, and her mouth closed like a steel-trap, and her hand as steady on that trigger as the mountain rock behind her!
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He placed a sarcastic emphasis on the word "professor," as the two men faced each other-Craig tall, clean-cut, earnest; Ogleby polished, smooth, keen. "Very well," replied Craig with that steel-trap snap of his jaws which I knew boded ill for someone.
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Bout all growed in ag'in; but I ca'culate dat de next dat gits his hand in my head'll get it in a steel-trap.
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Examples of Steel-trap

Example #1
The hunters experienced trouble in breathing; the air hurt their lungs.
Example #2
The reindeer were harder than iron.
Example #3
Lots of folks has rights but they ain't man enough to hold 'em.
Example #4
He was in the right of it, but what I admire was his being able to hold his rights.
Example #5
Some of us, I know, have other engagements.
Example #6
He was evidently preparing against any surprises which Craig might have in store, and maintained his usual surly silence.