Definitions for vigilanteˌvɪdʒ əˈlæn ti
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vigilante, vigilance man(noun)
member of a vigilance committee
A person who considers it their own responsibility to uphold the law in their neighbourhood.
Origin: From vigilante, from vigilans
A vigilante is an individual or group who undertakes law enforcement without legal authority or illegal authority.
The numerical value of vigilante in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of vigilante in Pythagorean Numerology is: 9
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
I don't think we'd have vigilante justice out there.
I certainly don’t want this decision to be viewed as support of vigilante justice.
Vigilante justice? No. Only the law-enforcement system has the right to that, the Cossacks ... did cooperate with us before, of course, but there were certain individuals that tried to create their mini-states.
There were people that disliked the Confederate battle flag before and it appears they were just looking for some opportunity to create some kind of vigilante lynch mob calling for attacks on the Confederate battle flag wherever it be located, wherever it be displayed.
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