felonious

[ fuh-loh-nee-uh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF felonious

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FELONIOUS

The fact that the shooting is felonious does not make it any more likely to kill people.

The suit was by way of appeal; the cause of action, a felonious trespass.

He might be with this felonious lot, but he wouldn't be of them.

I wasn't tryin' to break into the army with felonious intent.

Mr. Hutton started, as though he had been taken in some felonious act.

And you dare to present that thing at me, as though I were here for a felonious purpose!

To read secretly the letter of another is morally as felonious.

Now, we say, that this felonious intent as charged against these defendants, must be proved.

The taking must be felonious—that is, taking with a wrongful intent to appropriate the goods of another.

Felonious clerks were thenceforward to suffer like secular criminals.

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