The students applauded to the skies; the administrators wanted to lynch me.
Sue's wise tutelage and Tom's submission to it keeps him alive for nineteen years in the hostile South, where ‘They lynch you bout anything’.
Shocked at discovering the evidence of werewolves in their village the townspeople discuss the issue and will ultimately decide to lynch someone whom they suspect of lycanthropy.
I'd have to agree as well… although I'm not black, so please don't lynch me.
In June 1937, a group of white men broke into the home of Willie Scott in West Feliciana Parish, seeking to lynch him.
I don't want to go to school with you, but I'm not going to lynch you.
Yet they would beat and lynch someone for being something that wasn't within their control, like skin color or region of birth.
I'm afraid the men around him are going to lynch him.
They will either lynch him or return him to power.
In a prologue, Marion is shown being chased and barely escaping a crowd of angry American white men who want to lynch her and her newly born.