You desire to know whether Lucy Ashton, of her own free will, desires to annual the engagement into which she has been trepanned.
"Bride of Lammermoor" by Sir Walter Scott
Trepanning was accomplished successfully.
"The Works of Edgar Allan Poe Volume 2 (of 5) of the Raven Edition" by Edgar Allan Poe
Though wild as ony Athol deer, She has trepanned me fairly, O!
"The Home Book of Verse, Vol. 2 (of 4)" by Various
Possessing yourselves of towns is not conquest, but convenience, and in which you will one day or other be trepanned.
"The Writings of Thomas Paine, Vol. I" by Thomas Paine
Prince Rupert very ill, and to be trepanned on Saturday next.
"Diary of Samuel Pepys, 1667" by Samuel Pepys
It's trepanned he ought to be; and when there's an inquest on the body, I'll declare I said so.
"Lord Kilgobbin" by Charles Lever
Trepan, indeed; I'm nately trepanned myself.
"The House by the Church-Yard" by J. Sheridan Le Fanu
How very active in his own trepan!
"The Human Side of Animals" by Royal Dixon
Then there was a case of trepanning.
"Hildegarde's Holiday" by Laura E. Richards
They trepanned him when he came.
"The Backwash of War" by Ellen N. La Motte
How you jump -
"Cut" by Sylvia Plath
Ladies, your hearts expos'd to man,
Perhaps may suffer by trepan.
Protect them with a watchful eye.
My tale is ended--so good bye.
"The Coachman's Fall" by William Hutton
FROM the fraudulent fiend, that still without end
Most mortals trepans and beguiles,
Who wou'd hook us all in, to do ev'ry sin —
God shield us, I pray, from his wiles!
"A Song Concerning The Devil And The Drunkard" by Rees Prichard
Take heed, my soul — of Satan's wiles beware:
He always aims all ages to trepan —
In all thy paths he'll lay a latent snare,
To catch thy careless feet, whene'er he can.
"Advice, To Guard Against The Temptations Of The Devil " by Rees Prichard