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"A Bandit" is a 1913 American short comedy film featuring Fatty Arbuckle. A print of the film survives.

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Google previewTardy's Explanatory Pronuncing Dictionary ... A new edition corrected and much enlarged, by J. C. Tarver (1847)

by TARDY (Lexicographer.)

ba-n-di, a bandit Bandoulière, f. ban-dou-iièrë, a shoulder-belt [highwayman Bandoulier, т. Ьап - dou- lié, a Banlieue, ...

Google previewA Thesaurus Dictionary of the English Language (1906)

Designed to Suggest Immediately Any Desired Word Needed to Express Exactly a Given Idea; a Dictionary, Synonyms, Antonyms, Idioms, Foreign Phrases, Pronunciations, a Copious Correlation of Words, Prepared Under the Supervision of Francis Andrew March ... and Francis Andrew March, Jr by Francis Andrew March

A bandit. Moss-trooper. A name given to the border marauders between England and Scotland. Peculator. One who embezzles. Picaroon. A plunderer of wrecks. Pickeerer. ) - Picqueerer.) A pirate. Pickpocket. A thief who steals from the pocket ...

Google previewA Dictionary, Sindhi and English (1855)

by George Stack

A bandit, one of a band of thieves or robbers. VJ5lf $. to. A pushing or pressing anything down violently. A rub, scrape A ...

Google previewA dictionary of the english language... (1766)

to which is prefixed, a Grammar of the English Language by Samuel Johnson

A plunderer ; a robber ; a bandit. Davies. To OU'TLAW. v. a. To deprive of the benefits and protection of the law. Herbert. OUTLAWRY. /. [from outlaw.] A decree by which any man is cut off from the community, and deprived of the protection of ...

Google previewA Dictionary of the English Language: Abridged from the American Dictionary (1853)

by Noah Webster

A robber; a bandit. MOSS'-Y, a. Overgrown or shaded with moss. MOST, a. Supertative of more, greatest in number or £, MöST, n. The greatest number or quantity. MOST, ad. In the greatest degree. MOS'-TIC, n. A painter's stick to support the ...

Google previewDictionary of American Slang 4e (2010)

by Barbara Ann Kipfer, Robert L. Chapman

See LIKE A BANDIT, MAKE OUT LIKE A BANDIT, ONE- ARM BANDIT bandwagon, the modifier : the bandwagon phenomenon nphr The strong current popularity and impetus of a person, idea, party, ...

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Bob Taylor and I playing brothers. And I was a Mexican bandit. And he was the sheriff of the town. And we loved each other. We loved each other very much. (Anthony Quinn)
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