[ UK /blˈækme‍ɪlɐ/ ]
  1. a criminal who extorts money from someone by threatening to expose embarrassing information about them
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  • But we had to reshoot the scenes at the villa between Judy and the blackmailer, after Arthur's heart attack, with - thingummy - Jeremy Fox. THE SOUND OF MURDER
  • What is needed now is to get a graphologist to compare her correspondence with that of the blackmailer. Sex parties, bloody duels and blackmail: life at court of last German emperor
  • Beyond that, there lurk the problems of a slender majority, vulnerable to prima donnas, by-elections and downright blackmailers.
  • However, it was soon apparent that the blackmailer was a rank amateur. Betrayed
  • Many manufacturers have policies to protect themselves against blackmailers.
  • The titular blackmailer is saying gimme 75 grand, or get to experience Amber Death. Archive 2007-07-01
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  • Saskia Wickham conveys the strain of preserving the marital facade and there is a peach of a performance from Graham Seed as a sly blackmailer who veers between ingratiation and menace. Accolade | Finborough, London | Theatre review
  • The blackmailers exacted a total of $100 000 from their victims.
  • The nasty thing about a blackmailer is that his starting point is usually the truth.
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