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  • as inharpy
  • as inlender
  • as inpawnbroker
  • as inloan shark

synonyms for shylocks

  • Shylock
  • shark
  • swindler
  • loan shark
  • bank
  • banker
  • backer
  • granter
  • moneylender
  • pawnbroker
  • pawnshop
  • Shylock
  • usurer
  • loan company
  • loan shark
  • moneymonger
  • stakeman
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How to use shylocks in a sentence

It may be said to their credit, however, that as Shylocks the Arabs can surpass them.
THE OLD WORLD AND ITS WAYSWILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN
I'll go broke dealing with you unsophisticated Shylocks of the range.
THE SHERIFF'S SONWILLIAM MACLEOD RAINE
Morsels had to be snatched out of the mouth of the poor to get revenue for the war and the pound of flesh for the Shylocks.
THE IRON RATIONGEORGE ABEL SCHREINER
The charitable are often no better than Shylocks, they want their money's worth.
MEMOIRS OF MY DEAD LIFEGEORGE MOORE
In his dress he affected a fashionable style, much used by the modern school of Shylocks.
CAUGHT IN THE NETEMILE GABORIAU
The world will be all the happier when there are no more Shylocks permitted in any of these professions.
GERMANY AND THE GERMANSPRICE COLLIER
On wan hand is arrayed th' Shylocks an' th' pathrites, an' on th' other side th' pathrites an' th' arnychists.
MR. DOOLEY IN PEACE AND IN WARFINLEY PETER DUNNE
Her shooting Shylocks want the last pound of flesh from wild life, and I think they will get it very soon.
OUR VANISHING WILD LIFEWILLIAM T. HORNADAY
In the matter of exacting their pound of flesh the Lords Commissioners were veritable Shylocks.
THE PRESS-GANG AFLOAT AND ASHOREJOHN R. HUTCHINSON
The monsters in question could only be the Shylocks of the abattoir who had tempted him with blood-money for Mlle. Adrienne.
CATHOLIC WORLD, VOL. XIII, APRIL TO SEPTEMBER, 1871VARIOUS
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