Vigilante Definition of Vigilante by Merriam Webster Vigilante entered English in the th century, borrowed from the Spanish word of the same spelling which meant watchman, guard in that language The Spanish word can be traced back to the Latin vigilare, meaning to keep awake. A Vigilante Mar , Directed by Sarah Daggar Nickson With Olivia Wilde, Morgan Spector, Kyle Catlett, Estefania Tejeda After escaping her violent husband, Sadie makes it her life s mission to help free others in danger After months of rigorous training in survival skills, boxing, and lethal martial arts, she is back with a vengeance. Vigilante Definition of Vigilante at Dictionary noun a member of a vigilance committee any person who takes the law into his or her own hands, as by avenging a crime. Vigilante definition of vigilante by The Free Dictionary n A person who is not a member of law enforcement but who pursues and punishes persons suspected of lawbreaking Spanish, watchman, vigilante, from Latin vigil ns, vigilant , present participle of vigil re, to be watchful, from vigil, watchful see weg in Indo European roots. A Vigilante Rotten Tomatoes A Vigilante is a thriller inspired by the strength and bravery of real domestic abuse survivors and the incredible obstacles to safety they face A once abused woman, Sadie Olivia Wilde , devotes Vigilantism A Vigilante Vigilante Jan , Eddie s friend and co worker Nick and some of the factory s other workers have formed a vigilante group because Nick and the group are fed up with the pimps, gangs, and drug dealers who keep taking over the neighborhoods Nick and his group are also sick and tired of the police, because the police always fail to protect people who become victims.
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