Blackmailers [noun]

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You may wonder how I have dared thus to brave an assassin, a blackmailer.

And, in sum, what more loathsome and poisonous animal exists in the world than a blackmailer?

But I honestly do believe the man you want me to pick up and then introduce to you to be a successful blackmailer.

But if you come along to the studio to-morrow afternoon you may possibly find me at work on a blackmailer.

He had a retentive memory, and had not forgotten Dick Garstin's extraordinary remark about the blackmailer.

Wherever we went we should imagine a blackmailer behind every bush, and every one we spoke to might be a detective.

Now the reason I connect the kidnapper and the blackmailer is twofold.

I'm always glad to leave the presence of a blackmailer, my dear sir.

They ought never to yield, whether innocent or guilty, for the Blackmailer is sure to repeat her demand.

At length, however, he confessed that he was the innocent victim of a female Blackmailer.