Hit-squad



noun, Slang.
1.
a team of hit men, as one organized for the purpose of assassinating a political figure.
2.
a group of political terrorists.

noun phrase

A group of assassins, severe critics, ”hatchet men,” etc: Andre´ Breton commanded and organized literary hit squads, practicing intimidation in the name of Surrealist dogma (1976+)

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