lawbreaker

[ law-brey-ker ]SEE DEFINITION OF lawbreaker

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Since then Wade, besides insulting me, has proved himself a lawbreaker.

Pima Pete had been a lawbreaker, and there was a reward out for him.

If we ask what his character is, the answer must be, "He is a lawbreaker."

One does not have to break all the laws to become a lawbreaker.

Thou thinkest me a thief, a lawbreaker, because I took that fellow's knife?'

It was not that she would have him be a lawbreaker; it was that she could not bear to see him deny his manhood.

He was as daring a lawbreaker as ever built or wrecked a railroad.

The difficulty, such as it is, would be met by throwing the burden of proving ignorance on the lawbreaker.

All this conveys the impression to the simple-minded that law is not enforced, if the lawbreaker have a powerful friend.

He would not even discuss those misty, unknown comrades with this lawbreaker.

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