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  1. lynch

    • IPA[lɪn(t)ʃ]

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    • v.
      (of a group of people) kill (someone) for an alleged offence without a legal trial, especially by hanging;severely criticize or condemn (someone).
    • verb: lynch, 3rd person present: lynches, gerund or present participle: lynching, past tense: lynched, past participle: lynched

    • noun: lynching, plural noun: lynchings

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    • 1. (of a group of people) kill (someone) for an alleged offence without a legal trial, especially by hanging her father had been lynched for a crime he didn't commit a city full of lynchings and riots
    • 2. informal severely criticize or condemn (someone).
    • ph.
      (born 1946), American film director; full name David Keith Lynch. Lynch uses compelling visual ...

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    • n.
      a band of people intent on lynching someone.

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    • n.
      a band of people intent on lynching someone.

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      (1741–1821), English writer; latterly Hester Lynch Piozzi. She was a close friend of Dr ...

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    • v.
      (of a mob) kill (someone), especially by hanging, for an alleged offense with or without a ... her father had been lynched for a crime he didn't commit a city full of lynchings and riots

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