law-abiding

[ law-uh-bahy-ding ]SEE DEFINITION OF law-abiding

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The latter of the two, the dance of peace, is suitable to orderly and law-abiding men.

I was mad clean through, but I'm law-abiding, generally speaking.

He regarded his duty as a man, and not as a law-abiding citizen.

As for the latter, these are Dacotahs—one of the most law-abiding tribes.

The inhabitants are law-abiding and crimes of violence are very rare.

Constantine thought well of people who could be earnest about religion and law-abiding.

From infancy we are taught to be peaceful, law-abiding citizens.

By far the greater majority of those on the reservations are law-abiding.

Haywood, for example, has said that no Socialist can be a law-abiding citizen.

Yesterday I was a God-fearing, law-abiding man, surely that does not make me unfit!

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