Definition of Chantage

1. blackmail [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chantage

channers
chanoclavin-I-cyclase
chanop
chanops
chanoyu
chanoyus
chanson
chanson de geste
chansonnette
chansonnettes
chansonnier
chansonniers
chansons
chant
chantable
chantage (current term)
chantages
chantalite
chantarelle
chantarelles
chanted
chantefable
chantepleure
chanter
chanterelle
chanterelles
chanters
chantest
chanteth
chanteuse

Literary usage of Chantage

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1. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1890)
"So the discovery and the trading upon them—in other words, la chantage —becomes a regular business. It has its risks in the shape of long sentences with ..."

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