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  • noun Plural form of thuggery.


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  • Uribe has done remarkable things to confront the various cartels and thuggeries that previously defined so much of Colombia's existence.

    Archive 2008-03-01 2008

  • So go we into the Rue Croissant, with its shaveless thuggeries and marauding cabs.

    Europe After 8:15 George Jean Nathan 1920

  • Even now, we know of no occasion in a charmed life when Barack Obama has risen above the shibboleths and routine thuggeries of political faction.

    American Thinker 2010

  • Cooper has been arrested more than 90 times since 1995, on charges from theft to battery and other various thuggeries. - 2010

  • Barack Obama's extended hand was whacked across the knuckles by the leaders of Iran, Syria and assorted other thuggeries last week. 2009


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