gang[ gang ]SEE DEFINITION OF gang
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But no doubt the gang had thought caution to be the better part of hate.
"And that's why she's here now with a gang of crooks," he retorted.
Then, when you get in with the right people, you will open the front door some night and let in the gang.
I want to be sure to give the Turner woman time to get here while that gang is at work.
If you're caught here to-night, where would you get off—caught here with a gang of burglars?
He had been defied, trapped, made a victim of the gang who had killed his most valued informer.
When you hear that, come right in here, and tell me that the gang has squealed.
A solitary ruffian, indeed, is moody, but a gang of ruffians are jovial.
Gang but and get some sleep, for it's time we were at oor work.
But I think they'll a' gang daft, and spill bluid like wather!'