from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Informal A member of a criminal gang or crime syndicate.
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- n. a member of a criminal gang
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- n. a criminal who is a member of gang
What mobster is going to guess that a huge dude is FBI. noahsplash
Only the head mobster is a bully who makes his money selling fake hall passes, the beautiful bad girl is “twelve but looks fourteen” and wields a mean squirt gun.
Chase understood clearly that when it matters, even a nice-seeming mobster is unambiguously on the wrong side.
(But it comes out like "mobster" - same difference?).
When Tony bumps into a mobster from the old neighborhood, he gives Tony an offer he can’t refuse: his daughter.
George Roy Hill’s twisty caper film starring the Paul Newman and Robert Redford as a pair of grifters orchestrating a complicated con on a powerful mobster is an excellent period revenge comedy.
You hurriedly roll sheets of plastic onto the clubhouse floor as if a mobster were about to be whacked and you fold up the chairs and stuff them into the lockers.
Dark Horizons - General Feed - Martin Scorsese and Robert De Niro are re-teaming for a presently untitled mobster drama reports Reuters.
The mobster has been the subject of movies, TV specials and countless urban legends and he's firmly grounded in Chicago lore.
He learned from Lansky, after all, and was dubbed the mobster's
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