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Definition of "gangdom" [gang•dom]

  • Criminal organizations, collectively. (noun)

Gnu Collaboartive International Dictionary of English: licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

Use "gangdom" in a sentence
  • "His creator, sickened by the increase of crime decided, in 1931, to create a detective who could deal with gangdom via what he called "the hot lead route.""
  • "The anguish on Jingles 'brutish face was genuine and everyone in gangdom was well aware of his devotion to Gun Moll."
  • "It came when the hated snitch -- for gangdom hates the informer worse than anything else dead or alive -- had turned a sufficiently dark and deserted corner."