- n. A person who controls a large network of persons involved in an illegal drug trade.
- drug + lord (Wiktionary)
“According to witnesses 'accounts, armed men who identified themselves as policemen announced the arrest of a "druglord", grabbed Balao and shoved him into a white vehicle in Lower Tomay, La Trinidad on Sept. 17, 2008.”
“In just under four weeks, 39 armed holdups and nine home invasions have been reported by police, who say the popular crime series is inspiring young offenders to commit more violent offences in a futile effort to attain "druglord" status.”
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“The $1 million-a-day heroin empire of a notorious Harlem druglord was brought down by his flashy fur coat, the kingpin says.”
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“They treated him like a murderer, a rapist, a car thief, a druglord, or any other major criminal.”
“Left for dead, the ex-policeman nicknamed "Machete," (for his deadly skill with that long, sharp blade), slips across the Texas border and disappears into the legion of undocumented workers; but he soon finds himself in an underground movement for immigrant rights and against criminals like that notorious druglord.”
“I had a dream just the other night that the Village People were sent by a druglord to break into my apartment and kill me.”
“Once the nation's most secure prison, the federal lockup in southern Illinois has housed everyone from spies to a Colombian druglord to ...”
“He's furious that she's drunk and endangering his child's life and decides to teach her who's boss in classic druglord manner.”
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