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Things detective often describes (“detective ________”)
sergeant, stories, inspector, fiction, work, novel, story, smith, mallory, novels, comics, controls, agencies, jones, lieutenant, superintendent, miller, constable, harris, dave, brown, wilson, division, agency, magazines, magazine, white, edwards, ryan, williams, martin, mysteries, efficiency, films, walker, foley, london, crime, thomas, waters, misha, brennan, semione, ross, burns, sergeants, wright, barren, tucker, murphy, sgt, xlong, sloan, mcafee, collins, wessex, lincoln, tales, o'brien, anderson, turns, guesses, cooper, o'malley, allen, adams, baker, york, hall, donovan, burke, shannon, richardson, davis, phillips, lipscomb, roberts, kelly, taylor, king, scott, fletcher, brits, carter, mitchell, cook, officers, green, patel, small, bureau, sun, camera, black, aoki, cole, thompson, o'meara, archer

Descriptive words:
private, good, great, young, amateur, famous, female, boiled, former, real, fictional, chief, best, american, professional, black, big, senior, french, retired, greatest, plainclothes, experienced, clever, undercover, english, older, scientific, literary, brilliant, chinese, tough, male, younger, successful, tall, celebrated, fat, trained, official, anti, skilled, smart, known, hardboiled, junior, narcotics, haired, psychic, astute, shrewd, belgian, eyed, handsome, lapd, favorite, burly, classical, faced, expert, time, blind, irish, aged, damn, class, licensed, plain


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Book See detective used in context: 24 rhymes, several books and articles.

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