Lynch in a sentence

Use Lynch in a sentence


Meaning: [verb] to kill someone or people, especially by hanging them, without a trial;

When Sally and her friends saw the angry crowd, they quickly disappeared to avoid being lynched.

The lawlessness continued for several hours after Brown had been lynched.

The unlucky general was lynched by an angry mob loyal to Constans.

The defendants were quickly escorted out of state to prevent their being lynched .

In Florida, mobs lynched five victims during the riots.

McKinney was lynched politically and removed from office.

A mob took him from jail and lynched him.

In jails, Algerian prisoners were lynched by French guards or randomly shot.

The security guards stopped a crowd from lynching the thief, aged 25.

Street demonstrations against the war turned to looting and several officials and citizens were reportedly lynched.