Definition for gang

noun as in group, mob of people

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His research consisted of shadowing a Chicago gang for 10 years, and it yielded valuable insights on the inner workings of the drug trade.

Hur also oversaw the prosecutions of national security threats, gang-related crimes and complex fraud cases — particularly during the pandemic.

In New Orleans, analysts scraped information from social media as well as criminal and gang databases and field interviews by officers, then used the list to target individuals for the city’s gunfire-reduction program.

He lives by the code of Garden Heights, where behavior is dictated by a fraternity of violence and aggression, but isn’t blind to the hypocrisy of gang life.

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Sermon had been shown heading to the locker room after the Buckeyes’ first drive of the game, during which he was gang-tackled by Alabama defenders after a short run.

How do you feel about Archer and the gang abandoning the cartel and returning to the office?

Gang tattoos are still inked onto his face, like scarlet letters.

The End of Gangs By Sam Quinones, Pacific-Standard Los Angeles gave America the modern street gang.

Police Superintendent Michael Harrison said the decline was a result of an effort to decrease gang violence.

Brooklyn musician Bobby Shmurda, whose ‘Shmoney Dance’ went viral, was arrested today on ‘gang conspiracy’ charges, police said.

When Michael needed fresh supplies, he was not long in gathering a gang of harpies about him.

I like sus-sus-pen-sheen bridges that fly from bank to bank, with one big step, like a gang-plank.

He captured two, whom he shot, and burned two or three houses whose owners had been harboring the gang.

So they bore Spotted Snake away with them in the canoe, while the Dogtown gang shrieked farewells from the old landing.

If word reaches the Dangerfield gang about what we're doing, King will never be allowed to reach his destination.


On this page you'll find 88 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to gang, such as: band, bunch, clan, clique, company, and crew.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.