felony[ fel-uh-nee ]SEE DEFINITION OF felony
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FELONY
Ten of the men were apprehended for the felony, and eight of them were executed.
"You talk of forgery and penalties as if we were about to commit a felony," said Linton, laughing.
I should have to clear myself of felony, to strain every nerve and cheat the gallows.
It was compounding a felony, but my client was satisfied and Roger was grateful.
"Please compound a felony," he said softly—and slipped it into his pocket.
You've the power to admit to bail in all charges of felony, at your discretion.
You cannot make economy a crime, progress a misdemeanour, or efficiency a felony!
Accordingly, their use was not confined to disposing of a charge of felony.
There was no evidence on which they could bring a charge of felony or even of fraud against him.
The rest of the prisoners then had the usual judgment as in cases of felony.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR FELONY
- antisocial behavior
- evil behavior
- fast one
- mortal sin
- unlawful act