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ˈbæn dɪ triban·dit·ry

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  1. banditrynoun

    the practice of plundering in gangs


  1. banditrynoun

    Acts characteristic of a bandit; armed robbery.

    The merchant refused to travel in the region due to the ongoing banditry.


  1. Banditry

    Banditry is a type of organized crime committed by outlaws typically involving the threat or use of violence. A person who engages in banditry is known as a bandit and primarily commits crimes such as extortion, robbery, and murder, either as an individual or in groups. Banditry is a vague concept of criminality and in modern usage can be synonymous for gangsterism, brigandage, marauding, and thievery.


  1. banditry

    Banditry is a criminal activity that involves engaging in organized robbery, theft, and violence, often carried out by outlaws or bandits. It typically takes place in rural or remote areas where law enforcement has limited reach or presence. This activity can involve attacks on individuals, caravans, or buildings, looting, and other illegal acts, for personal or group gain.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of banditry in Chaldean Numerology is: 2

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of banditry in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3

Examples of banditry in a Sentence

  1. Serhii Kostynskyi:

    It's a total policy of banditry.

  2. Bala Keita:

    We have brought banditry and attacks on civilians to the lowest level possible, but Bangui is not secure. That's a fact.

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    greatly exceeding bounds of reason or moderation
    • A. askant
    • B. pecuniary
    • C. motile
    • D. usurious

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