You will see where the dangers lie, and how criminally neglectful these people are.
No one has ever told what you are—muddled, criminally muddled.
He was a weak and criminally bad man, but perhaps there was a limit.
I'll admit I was slow, criminally slow, in coming to the conclusion that 'Pursuit!'
But what man in his senses can doubt that he was criminally aware of its existence?
He had answered for them because that was the only thing to do, and this only just failed to be criminally reckless.
He had not the eyes of a rogue, and his manner was not that of one criminally restless.
Shamefully and criminally had they left (p. 53) their comrades in the lurch.
It has been criminally easy for any one to acquire the drug habit.
It was careless—it was, I do not hesitate to say so, criminally careless.