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1. She had already tried emotional blackmail to stop him leaving.
2. She started off by accusing him of blackmail but he more or less ignored her.
3. I'm never prepared to surrender to blackmail.
4. That was a terrible case of blackmail in the paper today.
5. "Do you mean blackmail?" she enquired sweetly.
6. It's a clear case of blackmail!
7. The strange man tried to blackmail the clerk into helping him draw the money, but he failed.
8. I thought he was trying to blackmail me into saying whatever he wanted.
9. They used the photographs to blackmail her into spying for them.
10. He broke her by the threat of blackmail.
11. The journalist used blackmail to make the lawyer give him the documents.
12. He denies false imprisonment(sentencedict.com), assault and blackmail.
13. There is emotional blackmail over custody of the daughter.
14. Capshaw was going to try to blackmail him.
15. Many elements in its tale of crime, rape, blackmail and luxury beyond dreams are duplicated in the Fujian affair.
16. They tried to blackmail me .
17. He seeks to blackmail Headstone but succeeds only in driving the man to desperation.
18. In a position of authority, a weakness for the opposite sex leaves you open to blackmail.
19. It looks like the pictures were being used for blackmail.
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20. The tactics employed can range from overt bullying to subtle emotional blackmail.
21. The foreign minister declared in a statement to the press that he would never submit to blackmail.
22. I don't believe she would ever stoop to bribery or blackmail.
23. He can be ruthless in getting what he wants, but I believe he would stop short of blackmail.
24. He's been in a lot of trouble - drugs, guns, blackmail - the list is endless .
25. For all I knew she might have been a psycho or a girl with a little blackmail on her mind.
26. New evidence implicates Mr Stapleton and his wife in the blackmail attempt.
27. I thought you might be a Windmill girl ... come to blackmail me about some drunken indiscretion of mine.
28. In the 1950s, male homosexuality was a frequent cause of suicidal attempts or feelings, because of the pre-Woolfenden potential for blackmail.
29. Wetherby may have decided to feather his nest by blackmail.
30. This is a move that immediately suggests a preliminary to political blackmail.
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