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  1. Thugs

    a fraternity of professed worshippers of the goddess Kali, the wife of Siva, who, professedly to propitiate her, practised murder, and lived on the spoils of the victims. Thuggee, a name for the practice, originally by strangling and at times by poisoning.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of thugs in Chaldean Numerology is: 3

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of thugs in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3

Examples of thugs in a Sentence

  1. John McCain:

    They are a bunch of thugs and cronies of Vladimir Putin, some of them are ex-KGB.

  2. Keith Ellison:

    Calling people thugs and calling on people to get shot stems from the same sort of attitude that resulted in the death of George Floyd.

  3. Kenneth Sherrill:

    I don't think it's hard to identify the leading thugs. Everybody in Albany can name them and most of the press corps can name them. They have never been shy about making the phone calls or doing it face-to-face, that's got to be done. And I think that a lot of it has to do with building up a good relationship with the legislature.

  4. The Taliban:

    They are thieves and thugs ... We will soon clear those areas and free the villagers.

  5. Bay County Commissioner Mike Thomas:

    We are not overrun with college students, we are overrun with thugs, and that is the problem. It is impossible to pass laws that people who do not follow the laws will obey.

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