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Definition of "gangland" []

  • The underworld of organized criminal gangs. (noun)
  • Of, relating to, or carried out by organized criminals: gangland turf; a gangland slaying. (adjective)
  • The criminal underworld (noun)

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Use "gangland" in a sentence
  • "Another 50 civilians have been bumped-off in gangland-style hits authorized by the Knesset†™ s newest Mafia Don, Ehud Olmert."
  • "Police were questioning three people about the latest murder in one of the bloodiest feuds in Irish gangland history."
  • "The next big thing in gangland fiction is going to be a fucking blockbuster: A cabal of sociopathic-yet-idiotic rich dudes pull together a coalition of differently-aggrieved white folks that takes over America (by stealing an election), and thus takes over the world."