Thesaurus / victimize

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This is an exceedingly dangerous mind-set that will victimize the whole country.

In this shocking abuse of power, Secretary Wilkie publicly re-victimized the very people that the agency that he leads is supposed to serve.

Many of the scams are the same, the crooks just switch to current events to victimize people, says Tony Anscombe, global cybersecurity expert and chief security evangelist at ESET, an IT security software and services company.

“It’s like you’re being victimized all over again,” Jacob said.

“It makes me sick to my stomach that criminals are using my name to victimize people,” Feldman said through a police spokesman.

I always said he had no business to victimize her, and I am sure of it now!

The Young Step-MotherCharlotte M. Yonge

She is perfectly innocent in that she has not considered her moral responsibility to the preacher she is about to victimize.

There is a luxury in the idea that on the morrow you will start fresh game, and victimize your tailor for another.

If you choose to victimize yourself by staying here, of course you can do so.

But a wretched landowner—with a few woods to sell—it is easy to victimize him!'

Elizabeth's CampaignMrs. Humphrey Ward

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