Secret Service

NOUN
  1. the United States intelligence agency that protects current and former presidents and vice presidents and their immediate families and protects distinguished foreign visitors; detects and apprehends counterfeiters; suppresses forgery of government securities and documents
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How To Use Secret Service In A Sentence

  • The Secret Service smelled out a plot to kill the President.
  • New Zealand's prime minister has denied that a group of Israelis caught up in the devastating Christchurch earthquake in February had links to the Israeli secret service Mossad.
  • Pacepa was not the first defector from the world of Soviet bloc secret services to make such a claim.
  • It's a little metal badge you wear on your lapel that tells the Secret Service that you're a goodie.
  • The recruits were thoroughly vetted before they were allowed into the secret service.
  • He moved through the crowd schmoozing and smiling, surrounded by an arc of secret service agents, his suit jacket tossed saucily over his shoulder.
  • It was really too cruel and not handleable when it all stopped in one day, and she was back in her kitchen in Brookline and the phone wasn't ringing and there was no schedule and no staff and no Secret Service. What it Takes: The Way to the White House
  • Richard Tomlinson is racing down the autostrada just outside Rimini with two Italian secret service men tailing him.
  • The secret service probably has a dossier on all of us.
  • Bolden claimed that in October, 1963, the Chicago Secret Service office received a teletype from the Federal Bureau of Investigation warning that an attempt would be made to kill President John F. Kennedy by a four-man Cuban hit squad when he visited the city on 2nd November. Archive 2008-05-01
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