- n. Plural form of plainclothesman.
“I should have said before that on every train plainclothesmen go through the compartments asking to see passports end the triplicate police registration forms which each person must obtain before leaving his own town, and must turn in at once to the police in the town to which he is going.”
“The deputy mayor, Louise Schroeder, foolishly and without our knowledge, took forty-odd plainclothesmen from Western sectors over to keep order.”
“Now the skylighted forecourt is filled with plainclothesmen.”
“Neda Agha Soltan, 27, philosophy student, was shot in the heart by plainclothesmen on June 20th.”
“As the riot police and plainclothesmen chased protestors down the street, shop owners opened up their doors to give the fleeing Mousavi supporters refuge.”
“I doubt if plainclothesmen would want to challenge a sound truck.”
“Two squad cars marked Palo Alto police had pulled up, and a couple of plainclothesmen were inside, poking around the living room with abandon as if they owned the place.”
“Two heavily armed soldiers guarded their driveway, and the grounds were patrolled by soldiers, personal guards, and plainclothesmen.”
“Her first encounter excuse the pun , friendly encounter with Mumbai Police began from Mr Shatrughan Sinhas house , that she visits with me , she will salute and shake hands with his security the khaki force including the plainclothesmen sitting below.”
“On the curb stood Margo and Jefferson, talking to several other people—the plainclothesmen close by.”
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