n. (plural of pogrom English)
Usage examples of "pogroms".
It is true that no one wants to have pogroms and throw elderly Jewish professors into cesspools, but then there is very little crime or violence in England anyway.
But what he was talking about has got to be all wrong in any case because there were no pogroms in 1965.
It was the same sleep-deprived night, during which Paul had dreamed of anti-intellectual pogroms, that Patina had a significant dream of her own.
Devastating, civilization-destroying wars, civil wars, pogroms, wounded and dying godsyou and your kind progress at a perilous pace on the path forged by Chaos.