- n. Plural form of lawman.
“The conflict between Bragg and the lawmen is one of iron wills, and all the actors involved have more than enough chops to involve an audience deep enough into their macho standoff.”
“The "lawmen" in the Justice Department, etc, who are doing the hard work to bring these Wall Street criminals to the courthouse will be compromised.”
“An above-average episode of Jason Lee's TNT crime dramedy Memphis Beat cast the always-amusing actor — who created one of the most hysterical lawmen in TV history, short-shorts enthusiast Lt. Jim Dangle on Reno 911!”
“Subject to a massive manhunt, Tracy evaded the dragnet for a month and then set up an ambush near Bothell, WA, where he killed two more lawmen.”
“The film's final scene, in which lawmen find and gun down Bonnie and Clyde, is one of the most memorable in American cinema.”
“What next, will he watch a Keystone Kop reel and deduce that these Kops are not effective lawmen?”
“Luciano's passivity had nothing to do with the mob's fabled opposition to narcotics and everything to do with the workaday impossibility of running an international drug ring while under constant surveillance by a phalanx of highly motivated lawmen.”
“In the late 1800s and early 1900s, the lawmen and cowboys of the Wild West populated the national imagination, despite their brief time on the national stage.”
“Mountain men, prospectors, lawmen, outlaws and cowboys all lived legendary lives, and instilled generations of Americans with a strong individualism, a love of freedom, and a distrust of authority.”
“The Internet will be squeezed a lot harder before it pushes back as hard as the lawmen are pushing forward.”
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