pitfall

  1. an unforeseen or unexpected difficulty
  2. a trap in the form of a concealed hole

Pitfall

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Pitfall

• (n.) A pit deceitfully covered to entrap wild beasts or men; a trap of any kind.
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pitfall

noun a trap in the form of a concealed hole
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pitfall

booby trap noun an unforeseen or unexpected or surprising difficulty
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Pitfall

[game show] Pitfall is a Canadian game show that aired in American and Canadian syndication from September 14, 1981 to September 1982. The host was Alex Trebek and the announcer was John Barton (who also served as co-producer). The show was filmed at Panorama Studios in Vancouver, British Columbia and produced by Catalena Productions, with ...
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Pitfall

Pit'fall` noun A pit deceitfully covered to entrap wild beasts or men; a trap of any kind. Sir T. North.
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pitfall

covered hole as a trap unsuspected danger 
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pitfall

[n] - an unforeseen or unexpected difficulty
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