criminal[ krim-uh-nl ]SEE DEFINITION OF criminal
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CRIMINAL
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 family, which must excuse much.
It demanded that she be the criminal it had branded her—if she were to live at all.
Would it be so criminal when it all tends to what is honourable—marriage?
Was he not a criminal—was he not about to leave his position because of theft?
He appears to think that so distinguished a criminal should have been ducked in a tank of rosewater.
We of Tiverton never allowed our neighbor to forget her criminal lapse.
There ought to be a criminal code passed for hanging bakers.
I do not know whose heads are criminal, but I think I know whose are imbecile.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CRIMINAL
- cat burglar
- highway robber
- holdup artist
- porch climber
- stickup artist