wanted poster

NOUN
  1. a public announcement by a law enforcement agency that they desire to question or arrest some person
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How To Use wanted poster In A Sentence

  • The trail seemed cold until a woman in Mississippi recognized Pearson's face in a wanted poster.
  • This black t-shirt features a distressed front screen of a wanted poster that reads, "Have you seen this wizard?
  • The resulting picture, with excessively large eyes and features that don't quite fit together, has some of the quality of a wanted poster.
  • The wanted poster appeared on the State Department Web site rewardsforjustice.net, listing a reward of up to $25 million.
  • This black t-shirt features a distressed front screen of a wanted poster that reads, "Have you seen this wizard?
  • He also appeared to have had surgery on his eyelids and had two distinctive moles, which had been highlighted on wanted posters, removed from his right cheek. Times, Sunday Times
  • The other really strange one is that there's a kind of a wanted poster for Lennon.
  • Fifteen of the 24 names on a Philippine most-wanted poster have been crossed out, either captured or killed.
  • The photograph of him used to make the wanted poster originally appeared on posters for his 2004 general-election campaign.
  • The attacks sparked an intense police hunt, which included the use of more than 100 wanted posters featuring an e-fit compiled from descriptions given by victims.
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