Definition of Hitman

1. Noun. A professional killer who uses a gun.

Exact synonyms: Gun, Gun For Hire, Gunman, Gunslinger, Hired Gun, Hit Man, Shooter, Torpedo, Triggerman
Generic synonyms: Liquidator, Manslayer, Murderer
Derivative terms: Gun, Shoot



Definition of Hitman

1. Noun. A contract killer; usually paid by mafia. ¹

2. Noun. (soccer) goalscorer, someone who scores goals. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Hitman

1. a professional killer [n HITMEN]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hitman

hithering
hithermost
hithers
hitherto
hithertofore
hitherunto
hitherward
hitherwards
hithes
hitjob
hitjobs
hitless
hitmaker
hitmakers
hitmaking
hitman (current term)
hitmen
hitout
hits
hits out
hits up
hits upon
hitself
hittable
hitted
hittee
hittees
hitten
hitter
hitter's count

Literary usage of Hitman

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1. The Works of President Edwards by Jonathan Edwards (1808)
"WATTS'S Notion of the Pre~ existence of Christ's hitman Soul. OD's manner with all creatures, is, to appoint them a trial, before he admits them to glory ..."

2. The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature by Tobias George Smollett (1802)
"... consisting of hitman Figures, Animals, Plants, Maps, Plans, &r. To which is prefixed a A'lnp of Greece, of the Archipelago, and of a Part of Asia Miner. ..."

3. The Anti-Jacobin Review and Magazine by John Boyd Thacher Collection (Library of Congress) (1807)
"An Essay on the Principles pf hitman Action. 1§ which we can become conscious of them; in like manner, ..."

4. An Apology for the Life of George Anne Bellamy, Late of Covent-Garden Theatre by George Anne Bellamy (1786)
"At lovers perjuries, " they fay, Jove laughs," exclaims'the great dramatic developer of hitman nature, ..."

5. The Atheist Confuted: With An Essay on Eternity ; and Advantageous Thoughts by Rev Woodward, Woodard (1806)
"... strictest propriety pronounce it, one of the bat produc* tions of hitman eloquence and argumentation, ..."

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