Definition of Gun moll
1. Noun. The girlfriend of a gangster.
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Literary usage of Gun moll
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1. The Dream Doctor: The New Adventure of Craig Kennedy, Scientific Detective by Arthur Benjamin Reeve (1914)
""A dip—pickpocket—and his girl, or gun-moll, as they call them," translated Kennedy. "One of their number has evidently been picked up by a detective and he ..."
2. God's Man: A Novel by George Bronson-Howard, Bobbs-Merrill Company, Braunworth & Co (1915)
"What, after all, did the arrival of any mere "gun moll," no matter how proficient in her profession or attractive in her person, mean in his young life, ..."
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