from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A member of an organized group of criminals; a racketeer.
- n. A member of a gang of delinquents.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A member of a criminal or street gang.
- n. A member of a professional criminal organization; a racketeer.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a criminal who is a member of gang
The term gangster or mobster refers to a criminal who is a member of a crime organization, such as a gang.
The term gangster or mobster refers to a criminal who is a member of a crime organization, such as
Except the gangster is also forcing money from Jonah and Olaf, forcing the timid men to contemplate killing him to protect Stella and themselves.
And I started to kind of mix in some of the facts of the life that I was living with the music, and we created a genre which they called gangster rap.
To be honest, the word gangster is pushing it a bit.
I mean, if you listen closely, it's what they refer to as a gangster rap or a conscious rap.
A gangster is murdered during a blistering Manhattan heat wave.
When a powerful gangster is gunned down, his reluctant son must seek revenge and take over the family business.
The guest star Takashi Miike arrived at the arport in gangster character, for this scene, Doyle said of Miike that Last Life in the Universe is everything that Takashi Miike leaves out in his films.
The gangster is never satisfied; complacency is fatal to him.
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