8 thoughts on Criminal

  1. Zulkijind   Fenritaur
    13 synonyms of criminal from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 76 related words, definitions, and antonyms. Find another word for criminal. Criminal: contrary to or forbidden by law.
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  2. Negul   Kakree
    The term 'criminal'; is not a strictly defined one as different states have different laws regarding crimes and unlawful activities. A crime generally can be said to be an activity that causes harm to an individual, the community or the state. Criminals may commit crimes as a means of earning their livelihood, out of jealousy, greed or malice.
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  3. Meztizahn   Mikagal
    Criminal Lyrics: A lot of people ask me stupid fuckin' questions / A lot of people think that what I say on a record / Or what I talk about on a record / That I actually do in real life or that I.
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  4. Daijar   Vusida
    criminal definition: 1. someone who commits a crime: 2. relating to crime: 3. very bad or morally wrong. Learn more.
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  5. Mozilkree   Voodoobar
    Criminal: UK. Season 1. Release year: Within the walls of an interrogation room and with time running out, London investigators go after three suspects, each accused of a grievous crime. 1. Edgar 43m. As time runs out, interrogators turn up the heat on a stone-faced doctor suspected of sexually assaulting and slaying his teenage Number Of Seasons: 1.
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  6. Mauzragore   Zurisar
    Wastefulness, profligacy, or favoritism in public expenditures is criminal. If we concede to the criminal the right to a further chance we concede it to ourselves. She had been reared in a criminal .
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  7. Nijas   Groktilar
    The traditional approach to criminal law has been that a crime is an act that is morally wrong. The purpose of criminal sanctions was to make the offender give retribution for harm done and expiate his moral guilt; punishment was to be meted out in proportion to the guilt of the accused.
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  8. Kemi   Akishakar
    crim·i·nal (krĭm′ə-nəl) adj. 1. Of, involving, or having the nature of crime: criminal abuse. 2. Relating to the administration of penal law. 3. a. Guilty of crime. b. Characteristic of a criminal. 4. Shameful; disgraceful: a criminal waste of talent. n. One that has committed or been legally convicted of a crime. [Middle English, from Old French.
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