- v. present participle of blackmail.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. The act or practice of extorting money by exciting fears of injury other than bodily harm, as injury to reputation.
“He doesn’t have a record of being interested in blackmailing Democrats.”
“Nah, less than half that; He doesn’t have a record of being interested in blackmailing Democrats.”
“Not the greatest track recordif that was what she wanted to call blackmailing me into snooping around my friends dorm rooms.”
“He had then hit on the idea of blackmailing Borla, and it was in pursuance of this scheme that I now found him.”
“I was thinking what a kook Silverman is and what an odd way to 'force' votes, just the notion of blackmailing grandparents for votes ...”
“However, Vázquez, a leftist who completed his five-year term in March, accused the tobacco giant of "blackmailing" pressure.”
“The clang-clang-clang surrounding a plan to use overhead trolley wires on H Street and Benning Road continued Thursday with the District's transportation chief scolding the chairman of the region's planning commission and suggesting he was "blackmailing" local elected officials.”
“For some years now, I have been 'blackmailing' others to write my posts for me.”
“Every single time I read that I see 'blackmailing', not blacksmithing.”
“He accused Ukraine of "blackmailing" Gazprom, by demanding "free gas" in order to open up its pipelines to the EU, a charge Kiev denies.”
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