Examples of ringleader in a Sentence
the ringleader of a gang of criminals
Recent Examples of ringleader from the Web
Kevin Durant has become the ringleader of a Golden State squad missing All-Star point guard Stephen Curry, who suffered a knee injury in March.
Prime Minister Viktor Orban, the populist ringleader of Europe who’s amassed more power than any of his predecessors since communism ended in Hungary three decades ago, has been wiping the floor with the opposition for years.
Ayale operates a downtown parking lot and acts as the ringleader to the Ethiopian immigrants who congregate there.
Authorities identified Tedesco, a Linwood pharmaceutical representative, as the ringleader.
Hamid Shahriari, the deputy head of the judiciary, said that all ringleaders of the protests had been identified and arrested, and they would be firmly punished and might face capital punishment.
Reflections was owned by Kenneth Chatman, considered the ringleader of the scheme.
According to the group's ringleader, Purdue graduate student Miranda Furrer, the group consisted of her mother, sisters and Purdue alums named Liz and Lou, a teacher at Purdue Northwest, and Michael, a Michigan State fan from the Netherlands.
Unfortunately, there's usually a ringleader looking for attention (who likely got cut in middle school and just wants to be heard) that usually takes something over the edge.
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Definition of ringleader for English Language Learners
: the leader of a group that causes trouble or is involved in an illegal activity
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