felon[ fel-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF felon
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FELON
They may arrest me as a felon—at any rate I shall be forced to leave the bank and go away.
It seemed a lifetime that he had lived in the noisome atmosphere of a felon's cell.
No man at last believes that he can be lost, nor that the crime in him is as black as in the felon.
His dear friend, a felon, taken in open fight by a British cruiser!
You must not leave me—you shall not—I am not to be deserted for the sake of a felon!
Had he reached a state of degradation so low that even the felon loathed his presence?
The felon was not there, but his filthy garments betrayed his passage.
I could never be happy again if on my wedding-day you should die a felon's death!
He could not be Squire of Llanfeare; nor would he be a felon,—a felon always in his own esteem.
So far as I knew to the contrary, my only child was mated to a felon.