Definition of 'manhunt'
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The alert sparked a major manhunt across the capital. The Sun (2016)Police were treating the hit-and-run as attempted murder and have launched a manhunt. The Sun (2016)A manhunt involving police helicopters and huskies was launched after he fled into the freezing wilderness. The Sun (2016)Last night both remained at large as Scotland Yard launched a huge manhunt. The Sun (2016)It represents the first time in New York that a manhunt has been launched via text message. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Three weeks that has seen a police and public manhunt on a massive scale. The Sun (2008)He was finally arrested after a massive manhunt in the area. The Sun (2008)The pair were arrested following a police appeal and manhunt. The Sun (2012)He was arrested that night after a massive manhunt. The Sun (2013)The police launched a manhunt and put out radio appeals for the public to be on the lookout for the car. Times, Sunday Times (2015)They have launched an international manhunt. The Sun (2013)The killing sparked a huge manhunt. The Sun (2012)There was a four-day nationwide manhunt until he was finally tracked down and arrested. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Cops have launched a manhunt into the stunt which delayed the morning rush hour on Friday. The Sun (2014)They sparked a manhunt after fleeing on a ferry to France. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The pair were found on Friday last week after an international manhunt. Times, Sunday Times (2012)His escape sparked a global manhunt before he was caught last year in Cyprus. The Sun (2014)The hit-and-run scene was sealed off as forensic teams scoured it amid a huge manhunt. The Sun (2013)A spokesman said the two victims had died in hospital and added that a massive manhunt was under way. The Sun (2016)They launched a global manhunt, funded by public donations that at one stage topped 2million. The Sun (2012)
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