Similar words: lynch, wrenching, unflinching, aching, etching, itching, teaching, poaching. Meaning: [lɪntʃ] n. putting a person to death by mob action without due process of law.
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(1) Some towns found that lynching was the only way to drive away bands of outlaws.
(2) Fifty-nine men were arrested for complicity in the lynching.
(3) Police stopped a crowd from lynching the attacker, aged 22.
(4) A history of lynching has bred this reflex in her.
(5) The crime which justifies lynching him is a form of treason, not racial inferiority.
(6) The judicial near lynching of DSK humiliated France.
(7) I don't take much stock in this lynching idea.
(8) The prank . We were lynching ( lynched ) , it we were mind it ( murdered ).
(9) LYNCHING took place recently outside an ironmonger's shop in Nairobi, Kenya's capital.
(10) Why would they want to cede power peacefully when faced with the precedents of Mubarak (trial and imprisonment) and Gaddafi (lynching)?
(11) Although lynch law and lynching are mainly associated with hanging, other(Sentence dictionary), less severe punishments were used.
(12) A grand jury was convened which indicted only two men, not for lynching, but for breaking into the jail.
(13) Anonymous flyers posted around town have accused him of murder and threatened him with lynching.
(14) The National Guard was called out to protect the defendants from lynching during their trials.
(15) Black demonstrators picketed the court throughout the trial, alleging that the prosecution of the youths was tantamount to a judicial lynching.
(16) Israel's envoy retorted that the soldiers responded in self-defence when activists on board the aid vessels violently attacked with the intention of lynching them.
(17) Tensions flared between black and white students in the small town of Jena after a noose was hung from a tree at the high school - a symbol of the lynching of blacks in segregationist times.
(18) The city of Mumbai sees human tragedies unfold every day, death of a gun-wielding Bihari youth on one day and lynching of a north Indian labourer in train on the other.
(19) As the state-run news agency, Xinhua, put it, "You may find yourself up before a kangaroo court of angry netizens and receive a virtual lynching."
(20) And in November, local authorities declared that it was a suicide staged to look like a lynching, perhaps in order to qualify the lymphoma survivor's heirs for insurance payouts totaling $600,000.
(21) Even Wyoming failed to pass hate-crime legislation in the wake of the Shepard lynching.
(22) Frank was abducted from his jail cell and taken to one of the South's innumerable lynching trees.
(23) I feel I have been the victim of a lynching.
(24) Granting a password-less SSH mechanism for remote host access to typical users is justification enough for a lynching in the eyes of some systems administrators.
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