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lawbreakers

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He had been the least violent of lawbreakers and nobody could have foreseen that he would suffer such a death.

His examples, such as that America was built on the backs of smugglers and other lawbreakers, are a bit weird, no?

Nor do officers not at work tend to carry less than lethal weapons or handcuffs to control and detain lawbreakers.

If the risk was adjusted down to 10 percent, the lawbreakers jumped to 28 percent.

Yet no one regards Bob as someone who has shown "empathy" to the ethnic lawbreakers he puts away.

He has given us more work to do than any twenty other lawbreakers in Spain.

With trembling hearts the crowd crept down the street; this was their first venture as lawbreakers.

In the middle of the room assorted lawbreakers gathered round a table were playing fan-tan at the top of their lungs.

Why has not Pinkerton, with all his ability and resources as a catcher of lawbreakers, caught these men?

This bureau is intended to be used for the identification of federal lawbreakers.

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On this page you'll find 21 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to lawbreakers, such as: delinquent, culprit, offender, gangster, mobster, and hooligan.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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