verb (used with object)
Origin of lynch
Definition for lynch (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for lynch
And that would have been the moment for Lynch to turn his back.
Lynch was surely not afraid of showing disrespect to the mayor.
Lynch kept gazing straight ahead as De Blasio joined Bratton at the other end of the color guard.
One question was why Lynch did not think this was also true of cops who turned their backs earlier on Sunday.
Lynch stayed in the street, exchanging greetings with cops who had been in formation and were now streaming past.
Lynch implied there were no osteological bases for the separation of Eleutherodactylus, Syrrhophus, and Tomodactylus.
"Better not let the brethren hear you talk like that, or they'll lynch you," said the doctor, with a laugh.Trent's Trust and Other Stories|Bret Harte
The axles are wood alone, and even the lynch pins are wooden.The Remarkable History of the Hudson's Bay Company|George Bryce
He would have run for it, but he knew that the sounds of his movements would bring Lynch on his heels.Bruce of the Circle A|Harold Titus
The testimony of Lynch and Schwarz should, therefore, forever settle the question of the existence of the acacia in Palestine.The Symbolism of Freemasonry|Albert G. Mackey