Definition of "blackmail"
  1. A crime involving a threat to expose damaging or embarrassing information about a person unless payment is received to prevent the action
How to use "blackmail" in a sentence
  1. He was arrested for using private photographs to blackmail her.
  2. She feared that someone would blackmail her by revealing her secret.
  3. With the discovered evidence, the man faced charges of blackmail.

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