thuggism


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thuggism

(ˈθʌɡɪzəm)
n
an obsolete variant of thuggery
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Such Fatah thuggism not only informs political violence but is increasingly responsible for petty criminal activity as well.
Covering everything from the current political climate and engaging everything from the commercialization of thuggism (and the death of group member DJ Jam Master Jay in 2002) to the recent revelation of his adoption and Dominican heritage, DMC creates some ambitious message music without descending into maudlin antics or high-handed pronouncements of moral superiority.
68) Tourgee concluded that nothing could justify the "atrocious outrages" and "barbarity" of the Klan, its "organized Thuggism.