Examples of noose in a Sentence
a confirmed bachelor, he vows never to get caught in the noose of matrimony
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Lynching and noose intimidation is a practice as old as America.
Earlier this year a noose was found hanging from a tree in the center of campus.
On Wednesday afternoon, tourists visiting the National Museum of African American History and Culture found a noose in an exhibition on segregation.
Notably, the banana and noose incident occurred in May after many high-school seniors, like Gray, had finalized which college to attend.
In addition, there have been a few recent reports suggesting that the legal noose around Manafort may be tightening.
The then-college-junior found bananas and nooses littered around the campus.
The royal axe and noose were cleaner / than these apes’ bloodied hands . . .
Last May, shortly after the university elected junior Taylor Dumpson to serve as its first student body president, someone hung bananas and nooses at several locations around the campus, including outside her predominantly black sorority house.
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First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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