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noun as in poster of bond

Strong match

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Goodhue County Sheriff Scott McNurlin complained to the Associated Press that the publicity-hungry Peters seemed out to compete with celebrity bail bondsman Dog the Bounty Hunter.

He was the local pawnbroker, bail bondsman, and gatekeeper to job opportunities, both licit and illicit, making him a powerful political player.

Judelson is sometimes called the bail bondsman to the stars, but he is much more substantial than just that.

Michael Daly talks to her bail bondsman about her ankle bracelet—and her continued silence.

In stepped Ira Judelson, sometimes called “the bail bondsman to the stars.”

Even now, he is also a bondsman, sustained by the evil that is in him and blind to the liberty of service.

Once an idea got possession of him, he was its bondsman until another conquered it and enslaved him anew.

I got that position from courtesy of the sheriff to my father, who was his bondsman.

The guard sidled up to Tulitz and whispered in his ear, "What'll yer gimme if I gitcher a bondsman?"

These she took to a pawnshop and upon them she realized something more than the sum necessary to obtain Tulitz's bondsman.


On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to bondsman, such as: bondswoman, bail bondsman, and bailsman.

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