- n. Plural form of bogeyman.
“Secondly - Jews arguably are closer to Muslims theologically and increasingly, are considered 'bogeymen' in the same way as the Jews were prior to the Holocaust.”
“Demons-why hadn't his father just said "bogeymen" and had done with it?”
“Among the key revelations: Romney plans to define himself in opposition to the liberal state he governed -- Massachusetts -- which is identified in the document as one of his key "bogeymen," along with France, socialism, and Hollywood:”
“Even Massachusetts, where Romney has lived for almost 40 years, is listed as one of those "bogeymen," alongside liberalism and Hollywood values.”
“Mr. van Kempen says the village traces its origin to a penal colony, was settled by piratical Bugis fisherman from Sulawesi (whose ancestors were so naughty, he alleges, they inspired the English term "bogeymen").”
“Delanoë plays up his private-sector credentials as a former consultant and chides Socialists to stop battling "bogeymen" like "flexibility" and "competition.”
“In our case, this administration creates "bogeymen" as needed to perpetuate its fear-mongering on we, the people.”
“It's fueled by hope for better days in America, a concept so antithetical to the rightists' junked-out need for a constant influx of "bogeymen" they've been trained well that they aren't able to process the notion that we don't hate our country, we just take great, full-throated exception to how it's being run by them.”
“Demons — why hadn't his father just said "bogeymen" and had done with it?”
“April 1971 - Duvalier dies, and Jean-Claude declares himself president for life; he uses a secret police force called Tontons Macoutes (meaning "bogeymen") to enforce his policies.”
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