assassin

[ uh-sas-in ]SEE DEFINITION OF assassin

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From the first to the last moment of her reign, she combined the courtesan with the assassin.

An instrument in harmony with the sentiments of an assassin.

He felt that the family dignity was struck at by an assassin's hand.

And yet the paper was in his possession; and, she it was who had rescued him from the assassin's knife.

He did not proclaim the vendetta against the assassin of his father.

Nay, if you spoke your whole mind out, be assassin and victim.

True, but the assassin in authority is also generally a politician.

Two crimes have been committed: we wish to seize the assassin.

He was her betrayer, her assassin, for he tried to slay her soul.

He followed like an assassin meditating the moment to strike.

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