Criminals synonyms

Criminals synonyms DEFAULT


The position is too absurd to merit a refutation, and yet this is precisely the position which those must establish who contend that the trial by juries in civil cases is abolished, because it is expressly provided for in cases of a criminal nature.

Arbitrary impeachments, arbitrary methods of prosecuting pretended offenses, and arbitrary punishments upon arbitrary convictions, have ever appeared to me to be the great engines of judicial despotism; and these have all relation to criminal proceedings.

And as to the conduct of the officers of the revenue, the provision in favor of trial by jury in criminal cases, will afford the security aimed at.

They have tended to show that the security of liberty is materially concerned only in the trial by jury in criminal cases, which is provided for in the most ample manner in the plan of the convention; that even in far the greatest proportion of civil cases, and those in which the great body of the community is interested, that mode of trial will remain in its full force, as established in the State constitutions, untouched and unaffected by the plan of the convention; that it is in no case abolished[3] by that plan; and that there are great if not insurmountable difficulties in the way of making any precise and proper provision for it in a Constitution for the United States.

It certainly sounds not a little harsh and extraordinary to affirm that there is no security for liberty in a Constitution which expressly establishes the trial by jury in criminal cases, because it does not do it in civil also; while it is a notorious fact that Connecticut, which has been always regarded as the most popular State in the Union, can boast of no constitutional provision for either.

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"You know that I was a good mother, since it was for my son's sake I became criminal. A good mother cannot depart without her son."

Many people have been assassinated in a tumult, but even criminals have rarely been insulted during trial.

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It is seldom that any man, unless he is very full-blooded, breaks out in this way through emotion, so I hazarded the opinion that the criminalwas probably a robust and ruddy-faced man.

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Then will come the greatest criminal trial of the century, the clearing up of over forty mysteries, and the rope for all of them; but if we move at all prematurely, you understand, they may slip out of our hands even at the last moment.

Your memoirs will draw to an end, Watson, upon the day that I crown my career by the capture or extinction of the most dangerous and capable criminal in Europe."

Any attempt at recovering the bodies was absolutely hopeless, and there, deep down in that dreadful caldron of swirling water and seething foam, will lie for all time the most dangerous criminal and the foremost champion of the law of their generation.

Then these are your instructions, and I beg, my dear Watson, that you will obey them to the letter, for you are now playing a double-handed game with me against the cleverest rogue and the most powerful syndicate of criminals in Europe.

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"By my first ancestor if it is not one of their great chiefs," he said, "and we were told that slaves and criminals were to play for the stake of this game."

There was no honor that could accrue to him from engaging in combat with slaves and criminals, or an unknown warrior from Manataj, nor was the stake of sufficient import to warrant the risk.

He was angry with U-Dor for having entered this game for possession of a slave, for whom it had been his wish only slaves and criminals should strive.

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Criminal synonyms


A person who flees, especially from a legal process, persecution, or danger.


A government with which one's country is at war


A member of an organized group of criminals; a racketeer.


A wild, lawless person, often a member of a gang of criminals


A person serving a sentence in prison


One who behaves badly, often by breaking rules of conduct or the law.


(Law) Having the nature of, relating to, or concerning a felony:


A delinquent person; esp., a juvenile delinquent


A member of a criminal gang or crime syndicate.


(Archaic) A person living with others in the same building


Of or concerned with the judgment of right or wrong of human action and character:


The definition of a felon is a person who has been convicted of a felony (a serious crime for which the penalty is normally one or more years of incarceration).


One who does wrong, especially morally or ethically.


Not sanctioned by custom or law; improper or unlawful.


Extremely violent or injurious; cruel:


One who sins or does wrong; a transgressor.


The definition of an innocent is a person free from wrongdoing, guilt or evil.



The act or an instance of conning; swindle; trick


(Informal) A person who steals or cheats; swindler or thief


(Historical) A person declared by a court of law to be deprived of legal rights and protection, generally for the commission of some crime: the killing of such a person was not a legal offense


Hood means a head covering attached to a jacket or shirt.


A person who has been convicted a number of times for violating the law


One of a group of professional criminals, devotees of Kali, who robbed and murdered travelers in northern India until the mid-1800s.


The definition of legal is something connected to law or a government’s system of rules.


In conformity with the principles of the law; permitted by law


The cleaning of a military base or other military area:


An impromptu or extralegal system of justice substituted for established judicial procedure:


Sufficiently observing or befitting accepted social usages; polite:


In or into a satisfactory state or condition:


Conforming to standards; proper:

law-abiding citizen(antonym)

Find another word for criminal. In this page you can discover 71 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for criminal, like: culprit, fugitive, public-enemy, gangster, lawbreaker, hoodlum, underworld character, convict, miscreant, crimes and felonious.

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Synonyms of criminal in English:


See US English definition of criminal

See UK English definition of criminal

See Spanish definition of delincuente


1‘she struck up a friendship with a convicted criminal’


lawbreaker, offender, villain, delinquent, malefactor, culprit, wrongdoer, transgressor, sinner

young offender, juvenile delinquent

felon, thief, robber, armed robber, burglar, housebreaker, shoplifter, mugger, rapist, fraudster, swindler, racketeer, gunman, gangster, outlaw, bandit, terrorist, bioterrorist, narco-terrorist, ecoterrorist, cyberterrorist, agroterrorist


South East Asian holdupper

informal crook, con, jailbird, lag, old lag, lifer, baddie

British informal crim

North American informal yardbird, yegg

South African informal lighty

West Indian informal tief

British rhyming slang tea leaf

informal, dated cracksman

Lawmalfeasant, misfeasor, infractor

archaic miscreant, trespasser, trusty, transport

rare peculator, defalcator


1‘they were found guilty of criminal conduct’


unlawful, illegal, against the law, illicit, illegitimate, lawbreaking, lawless, felonious, delinquent, culpable, villainous, nefarious, corrupt, fraudulent

indictable, punishable, actionable, unauthorized, unsanctioned, outlawed, banned, forbidden, interdicted, proscribed

wrong, bad, evil, wicked, iniquitous

informal crooked, shady, dirty

British informal bent, dodgy


2‘closing the railway would be criminal folly’


deplorable, preposterous, shameful, reprehensible, disgraceful, inexcusable, unforgivable, unpardonable, unacceptable

senseless, foolish, ridiculous, outrageous, monstrous, shocking, scandalous

wicked, sinful, immoral, iniquitous

rare egregious

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