Definition of Bandits

1. Noun. (plural of bandit) ¹



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Definition of Bandits

1. bandit [n] - See also: bandit

Lexicographical Neighbors of Bandits

banding
banding of chromosomes
banding pattern
bandings
bandini
bandinis
bandish
bandished
bandishes
bandishing
bandit
bandito
banditos
banditries
banditry
bandits (current term)
banditti
bandittis
bandkini
bandkinis
bandle
bandleader
bandleaders
bandleading
bandles
bandless
bandlet
bandlets
bandlike
bandlimited

Literary usage of Bandits

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. China the Mysterious and Marvellous: By Victor Murdock by Victor Murdock (1920)
"Everybody here says, "What will the bandits say to that?" For the bandits between Chung-King and Cheng-tu have broken out, and they are raising blue blazes. ..."

2. The American Library Annual: Including Index to Dates of Current Events (1915)
"Mexico Castillo's bandits lock ю Americans and Mexicans in cars and send into burning tunnel. City. F ° Reported bandits left tunnel before train entered. ..."

3. Domestic Explosives and Other Sixth Column Fancies: (From the New York Times) by William Livingston Alden (1877)
"The plausible tract-distributor, the ostensible returned missionary, or the alleged gas-inspector may be the hired tool of social bandits; and while he is ..."

4. A Strange Career: Life and Adventures of John Gladwyn Jebb by John Beveridge Gladwyn Jebb, Henry Rider Haggard (1895)
"A GOOD DAY'S SPORT—REMINISCENCES OF TRAVELLING ADVENTURES— A GENERAL ROBBED FOUR TIMES IN ONE DAY GENEROUS bandits—A GENTLEMANLY CAPTOR—bandits OF AN ..."

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