convict

[ verb, adjective kuh n-vikt; noun kon-vikt ]SEE DEFINITION OF convict

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If they could convict Lesurques upon such evidence, why not also convict Guesno on it?

"If you were a convict in the prison of Strelsau, you would be my King," she said.

He describes the scene as if the choice had rested with the magistrates to convict him or to let him go.

To expect to convict him after all these years was ridiculous, and it was not likely that he would confess.

From that time forward Auguste was anxious that the "convict" should be arrested.

If you make the criminal code sanguinary, juries will not convict.

Long's John lived you had the proof to convict him; I'll own up to that much.

The judge signified his desire that the convict might be brought in and heard.

"I can not answer," said the convict, in a loud, piercing voice.

Only Hugh Ritson, of all who were there present, understood what was in the convict's heart.

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