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- n. One who lynches.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who assists in lynching.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who lynches or takes part in a lynching.
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They mobilized all the machinery of modern oppression: taxes, city ordinances, licences, state laws, municipal regulations, wholesale police arrests and, of course, the peculiarly Southern method of the mob and the lyncher.
Immediately I felt it in the roll of the tires to pitted concrete: I was headed back to the Delta, King cotton, land of the lyncher, the black man, the blues.
Bill O'Reilly is the lyncher-in-chief at FOX News.
The father of this model republican is a former serial lyncher if not a Ku Klux Klan wizard.
Besides, one critic wrote, “There are few, if any, cases on record in which happy couples have become separated because the husband was an acknowledged lyncher.”
On July 22, at a Toronto rally sponsored by the Canadian Peace Alliance, there were Hezbollah flags, strapping young men in Hezbollah T-shirts, Nasrallah's fat, stupid face in placard-sized photographs, and pictures of Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, a Holocaust denier and lyncher of homosexuals.
Pam also has contact info for the "Pro-lynching Southern Six," as well as pictures, including a Photo Postcard from the early 1900's that features a lyncher at the scene of his crime.
But, as in most Mo Yan stories, the bitterness directed at the lyncher is double-edged with the bitter look at a local peasant who sees the deaths of the two village leaders as a desperate chance to possibly rescue his mother from impending blindness.
The girl stepped close to the man and the lyncher stepped back.
They mobilized all the machinery of modern oppression: taxes, city ordinances, licenses, state laws, municipal regulations, wholesale police arrests and, of course, the peculiarly Southern method of the mob and the lyncher.