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moll

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Crime
mollmoll /mɒl $ mɑːl/ noun [countable]  especially American English old-fashioned informalSCC a criminal’s girlfriend a gangster’s moll
Examples from the Corpus
mollIn Dennis's presence I became an outlaw once again, and Karen my moll.Dianne Wiest has her moments, though, as a fluffy gangster's moll with claws of steel.There was a loner and a lady schoolmarm, and she turned gangster's moll.
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