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Definition of "banditti" [banditti]

  • Robbers or outlaws. (noun)

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Use "banditti" in a sentence
  • "In this letter to her friend Elizabeth Lightbody back in England, Anne Hulton described the actions of the Colonial Minutemen, whom she called the banditti, during the Battle of Lexington and Concord, April 19, 1775:"
  • ""These insurgents," he said, "call themselves Protestant Boys -- that is, a banditti of murderers, committing massacre in the name of God, and exercising despotic power in the name of liberty.""
  • "But they come as a total surprise to the reader after he has worked his way through 260-odd pages of TI, in which the squirearchy are called "banditti," "brigands," "safe-breakers," etc."