the activities or practices of bandits.
bandits collectively; banditti.
There are limits to the painting of banditry and extortion as the legitimate raising of taxes.
ISIS’s Futile Quest to Go Legit Jamie Dettmer January 4, 2015
At first, the inhabitants lived by a species of banditry, robbing the whites whenever they could.
The Journal of Negro History, Volume 3, 1918 Various
There were arrests, incidents of banditry and pillage, and many futile Turkish efforts to restore order.
Area Handbook for Albania Eugene K. Keefe
I shall go mad Shut in this gilded den,—this stifling hold Of banditry.
The Mortal Gods and Other Plays Olive Tilford Dargan
He recalled the days of banditry, and the strange visitors, who had brought with them disturbing knowledge, and strange powers.
The Players Everett B. Cole
This was not the West as I had dreamed of it, not the West even of banditry and violent action.
Land of the Burnt Thigh Edith Eudora Kohl
1861, from bandit + -ry.
a robber, especially a member of a gang or marauding band. an outlaw or highwayman. Informal. a person who takes unfair advantage of others, as a merchant who overcharges; swindler; cheat. a vendor, cab driver, etc., who operates a business or works without a required license or permit, and without observing the usual rules or […]
Banjermasin. a seaport on the S coast of Borneo, in Indonesia. noun former spellings of Banjarmasin
Banjermasin. a seaport on the S coast of Borneo, in Indonesia. Historical Examples One of the best known and most successful in Borneo is an old man who runs a ferry across the Barito at Bandjermasin. Where the Strange Trails Go Down E. Alexander Powell
the pottery of the early Neolithic Danubian culture of Europe, having characteristic parallel spiral lines over the body and neck of the gourdlike vessels and dated 5000–4000 b.c.