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hoodlum

noun agitator, bandit, blackguard, brigand, burglar, convict, criminal, embezzler, evildoer, felon, gunman, holdup man, knave, larcener, larcenist, lawbreaker, malefactor, malevolent, malfeasant, malfeasor, miscreant, mobster, oppressor, outlaw, peculator, purloiner, rogue, roisterer, rough, ruffian, scoundrel, stealer, thief, villain, wrongdoer
Associated concepts: juvenile delinquent, multiple offender, predicate felon, youthful offender
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Ms Vieira congratulated Hoodlum as the first production company in Australia commissioned to produce a series for Netflix.
Driver agrees to sit behind the wheel of the getaway vehicle but the heist goes wrong, marking Driver for death at the hands of hoodlums Bernie Rose (Albert Brooks) and Nino (Ron Perlman).
It's hard to Imagine now, but there was a time when tattoos were limited to military service members, bikers, their bitches, and hoodlums.
NORTHRIDGE -- The government called them thugs and hoodlums.
When the black detective in Inner City Hoodlum talks to the mother of a murdered black kid, she is reluctant to cooperate.
The boy ran after one of the hoodlums leaving his sister behind ; taking advantage of the moment another hoodlum sexually molested the girl.
You take on the role of Luis Lopez, hoodlum and assistant to legendary nightclub impresario Tony Prince (a.
Inner City Hoodlum (first published 1975, Holloway House, ISBN 0-870-67999-6)