- n. Plural form of henchman.
“Throw in a little "Bush and his henchmen is evil" bent and you've really managed to piss me off.”
“He will try to spin everything to make it look like he and his henchmen were always right.”
“Hitler, his mistress and some of his henchmen are the real-life subjects, if not the stars, of Philippe Mora's controversial 1973 documentary.”
“McCain and his henchmen are the Snidelies, Palin the hapless victim.”
“Castro and his henchmen are a dictatorship, and as with all of such regimes their brutality will only become known when they are replaced by another regime which will not be afraid to let us see the truth.”
“We so called left wing bloggers are the true patriots — Bush and his henchmen are the divisive traitors.”
“HEMMER: Starting in the spring, the first of Saddam's so-called henchmen expected to go on trial before the Iraqi special tribunal.”
“It is true that Hitler had described Mussolini as 'The Great Man beyond the Alps', but by then he also knew that the Duce and his henchmen were the only genuine Fascists left in Italy.”
“With a heartfelt sigh, the fat master thief then called his henchmen into conference.”
“Having gleaned the requisite information in this wise, the gang would sally down from the mountains at dead of night; and it was customary, as they drew near to their prey, for the captain to call his henchmen to attention and see that each was ready for the imminent fray.”
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