Words nearby mugger
Definition for mugger (2 of 2)
or mug·gar, mug·gur
Origin of mugger2
Examples from the Web for mugger
Yes, some will fairly argue that a mugger could have a gun and will kill you if put up a fight.Don Lemon and the Rest of Society Don’t Understand How Rape Works|Emily Shire|November 19, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Amazingly, the mugger has actually been caught and the phone restored to its rightful owner.Prince Harry’s Return to London: Nightclub Photos, Stolen BlackBerry|Tom Sykes|December 19, 2011|DAILY BEAST
That this was Sidhoo's Mugger, there could be no doubt; for he was never seen or heard of in the neighborhood again.
Shall I have the mugger skinned and get a dressing-bag made out of his hide for you?The Jungle Girl|Gordon Casserly
The Mugger opened his left eye, and looked keenly at the Adjutant.
I do not desire that any children of thine should know that the Mugger of Mugger-Ghaut took his only wound from a woman.
Said a boatman, 'Get axes and kill him, for he is the Mugger of the ford.'