First they would sue Madoff as a way to underscore their victim status.
The two are not allowed to contact each other for the next two years, as she is considered his victim.
The victim was mumbling.... When they arrived at the apartment, Famolu carried Karmari inside.
Anne Frank was a Holocaust victim who inspired millions with her indomitable spirit.
The victim, a woman, was naked; her feet and wrists had been bound.
Adams armed himself with a cowhide, and watched for his victim.
Then, knowing Hokar was safe, he went into the bar to make the acquaintance of his other victim.
You did well in bringing him with you, for an honest man must not fall a victim to a villain.
If he was one, he was either the victim of misfortune or the inheritor of the misfortune of an ancestor.
A Minister who falls a victim to such an opposition rises by his fall.
late 15c., "living creature killed and offered as a sacrifice to a deity or supernatural power," from Latin victima "person or animal killed as a sacrifice." Perhaps distantly connected to Old English wig "idol," Gothic weihs "holy," German weihen "consecrate" (cf. Weihnachten "Christmas") on notion of "a consecrated animal." Sense of "person who is hurt, tortured, or killed by another" is first recorded 1650s; meaning "person oppressed by some power or situation" is from 1718. Weaker sense of "person taken advantage of" is recorded from 1781.