She stormed off next door, where the business owner tried to chase Wislon off before the bandit squeezed off a round.
One bandit came in the night to rob the couple, and shot at his wife when she exited the house.
After all, who has made out like a bandit since the 2008 economic collapse?
Then, at just the right moment, the bandit struck, leaping onto the backs of athletes without warning.
Venezuelan strongman Hugo Chavez was quick to chime in, dismissing her as a “bandit.”
The bandit looked down in utter disgust at the cringing form.
It was part of my plan, this meager manning of the bandit ship.
But here you are, a bandit and an outlaw without being bad or tough—I don't think you are, anyway.
Sophie would report to the bandit—but she had not heard everything!
He said he thought we should not find the bandit business a paying industry, as a permanency, and that journalism might be.
1590s, from Italian bandito (plural banditi) "outlaw," past participle of bandire "proscribe, banish," from Vulgar Latin *bannire "to proclaim, proscribe," from Proto-Germanic *bann (see ban (v.)). *Bannire (or its Frankish cognate *bannjan) in Old French became banir-, which, with lengthened stem, became English banish.