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Definition of "crime-scene" []

  • The place in which a crime took place (noun)

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Use "crime-scene" in a sentence
  • "Constance Malcolm, 39, who said she was Mr. Graham's mother, stood crying outside the crime-scene tape that police had used to rope off the block where her son died."
  • "The cases, which had grown cold, drew new attention last year after FBI crime-scene photos were mistakenly released."
  • "In one scene, Mr. Moore placed crime-scene tape in front of the New York Stock Exchange and several large banks, including Citigroup's Citibank unit."
  • "There are women in counternarcotics and counterterrorism units, as well as medics and crime-scene investigators, she says, seated at a large desk surrounded by international advisers."