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We will act with full force against enemies from without and lawbreakers from within in order to restore calm to the state of Israel.
ISRAELI FORCES HIT HAMAS TUNNELS IN GAZA AS ALL-OUT WAR LOOMS; MORE ROCKETS RAIN DOWNSTEVE HENDRIX, MICHAEL E. MILLER, SHIRA RUBINMAY 14, 2021WASHINGTON POST
For more than half a decade, he produced “World’s Dumbest,” a show that focused on the least-intelligent elements of various parts of society, including lawbreakers.
THE CAPITOL RIOTERS KEPT POSTING INCRIMINATING THINGS ON SOCIAL MEDIA. UNSURPRISINGLY, THEY WERE MOCKED — AND ARRESTED.TRAVIS ANDREWSJANUARY 19, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Since then Wade, besides insulting me, has proved himself a lawbreaker.
HIDDEN GOLDWILDER ANTHONY
Breach of taboo rendered not only the individual lawbreaker but the whole tribe, however innocent, liable to punishment.
THE NEW STONE AGE IN NORTHERN EUROPEJOHN M. TYLER
Only Danny was neither a tyro nor a humbug, and had he not been a lawbreaker the world would have been to some extent the loser.
BY ADVICE OF COUNSELARTHUR TRAIN
A shadowy, powerful group that slip silently between the stars, ready to bring the interstellar lawbreaker low.
THE MISPLACED BATTLESHIPHARRY HARRISON (AKA HENRY MAXWELL DEMPSEY)
The lawbreaker who comes with an army at his back cannot be served with a sheriff's warrant, nor arrested by a constable.
THE CONTINENTAL MONTHLY, VOL. IV. OCTOBER, 1863, NO. IV.VARIOUS
All the good nature had gone out of his voice, and it was Trooper Henry Crawley, the lawbreaker, who spoke.
THE MAN WHO KNEWEDGAR WALLACE
Unlike the ordinary criminal he was not merely an individual lawbreaker.
COLONEL THOMAS BLOODWILBUR CORTEZ ABBOTT
Pima Pete had been a lawbreaker, and there was a reward out for him.
MOTOR MATT'S RACESTANLEY R. MATTHEWS
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO LAWBREAKER

  • con
  • convict
  • delinquent
  • ex-con
  • jailbird
  • lawbreaker
  • lifer
  • loser
  • malefactor
  • offender
  • outlaw
  • yardbird
  • bad egg
  • black sheep
  • con
  • convict
  • culprit
  • delinquent
  • evildoer
  • felon
  • hellhound
  • hoodlum
  • jailbird
  • lawbreaker
  • outcast
  • outlaw
  • prisoner
  • rapscallion
  • rascal
  • rogue
  • rowdy
  • ruffian
  • scamp
  • scoundrel
  • sinner
  • thug
  • transgressor
  • varlet
  • villain
  • wretch
  • wrongdoer
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