Examples of assassin in a Sentence
John Wilkes Booth was the assassin of Abraham Lincoln.
shot down by an unknown assassin
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More: The dance between anchor and assassin in Las Vegas The child pornography investigation was launched after evidence was discovered at a business in the city's Sun Valley neighborhood, police said.
Few impress the audience as much as Oldman, who plays presidential assassin (or rather a patsy, according to this story) Lee Harvey Oswald.
By the end of the film, that assassin has used his magneto powers to lift a stadium named for another assassinated Kennedy and crash it down around the 1973 White House.
Joseph McCarthy came on for the fifth time in 1951, sitting next to an unnerved Roundtree with a pistol in his lap because he had been warned there was an assassin in the audience.
This leads Stephanie to do the only logical thing and become an assassin.
According to polling by Gallup a majority of Americans have always believed assassin Lee Harvey Oswald did not act alone.
The Hitman’s Bodyguard (Nov. 7) Ryan Reynolds is an expert security agent assigned to protect Samuel L. Jackson’s legendary assassin—who’s going to testify against other criminals—in this popular action-comedy.
Was Jack Ruby sent to silence the president's assassin?
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First Known Use: circa 1520See Words from the same year
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