Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who levies, or attempts to levy, blackmail.
- n. Someone who blackmails.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. One who extorts, or endeavors to extort, money, by black mailing.
- n. a criminal who extorts money from someone by threatening to expose embarrassing information about them
“The blackmailer is the sex offender …. ooops, I mean a professional researcher.”
“The titular blackmailer is saying gimme 75 grand, or get to experience Amber Death.”
“I had never heard of Susan Ivy, suspected it was the alias my blackmailer used on his account.”
“However, it was soon apparent that the blackmailer was a rank amateur.”
“Results for the blackmailer, that is, but misery for everyone else.”
“How appropriate that his blackmailer was a TV producer.”
“Why can't the majority simply call the blackmailer's bluff - let them filibuster until the cows come home and let the public outrage over their despicable, undemocratic behavior build up over the weeks.”
“Next thing you know, she's on "The Today Show" calling the blackmailer's bluff by tearfully going public with the pictures.”
“I spoke to somebody who told me that the blackmailer was a lady who worked at your newspaper!”
“More especially as I have very strong suspicions that the blackmailer is a poisoner as well.”
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