Examples of mobster in a Sentence
the mobster threatened to break his legs if he didn't pay up
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After a decade of flamboyant success (Bloom hosted a regular New York game with a $250,000 buy-in), things took a dark turn when Bloom developed a drug habit and Russian mobsters started rubbing shoulders with the movie stars at her tables.
A decade later, she was busted for running an elite underground poker game populated by Hollywood heavyweights, Wall Street billionaires and Russian mobsters.
San Diego residents actually voted to require such disclosures in 1992 after the city nearly made a $47 million real estate deal with a reputed mobster without knowing it.
Sicilian mafia godfather imprisoned for life after ordering the killings of judges, politicians, mobsters and informers while head of the Corleone crime family.
Cameras caught him and Marner entering Air Canada Centre last winter in a peacoat-fedora combo that made them look like baby-faced mobsters.
George Clooney directs this black comedy about a suburban father (Matt Damon) who goes to violent extremes to protect his family from mobsters.
Its Irish mobsters are the stuff of Jimmy Cagney movies, its Italian ones straight out of The Godfather.
Vincent’s bar is home base for a vast demimonde ensemble: mobsters, cops, pimps, pornographers, construction workers, streetwalkers and the post-Stonewall gay community.
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Synonymsbully, gangbanger, gangsta, gangster, goon, gorilla, hood, hooligan, hoodlum, mug, plug-ugly, punk, roughneck, rowdy, ruffian, thug, tough, toughie (also toughy), yob [British], yobbo [British]
Related Wordscutthroat, scoundrel, villain; assassin, bandit, bravo, brigand, criminal, crook, desperado, felon, gunman, highwayman, lawbreaker, mafioso, malefactor, offender, outlaw, perp, perpetrator, pirate; pickpocket, racketeer, robber, swindler, thief, vandal; juvenile delinquent, tearaway [British]
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