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synonyms for lawed

  • arraign
  • indict
  • litigate
  • sue
  • summon
  • try
  • contest
  • do
  • bring suit
  • bring to trial
  • haul into court
  • involve in litigation
  • law
  • prefer charges
  • pull up
  • put away
  • put on docket
  • put on trial
  • see in court
  • seek redress
  • take to court
  • turn on the heat
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antonyms for lawed

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  • exonerate
  • cease
  • free
  • halt
  • liberate
  • pardon
  • stop
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How to use lawed in a sentence

He had been out-lawed, and forbidden to sail as officer in any British ship.
THE BOOK OF THE BUSHGEORGE DUNDERDALE
I thought you were the most engaged man I ever saw; but I guess you're more father-in-lawed.
THE MARCH FAMILY TRILOGY, COMPLETEWILLIAM DEAN HOWELLS
An whats more, Id a lawed em, an jawed em, an fought em from now till the crack o doom.
PICKETT'S GAPHOMER GREENE
If it stands good for this loose-lawed country, it cannot do so for others.
THE SHADOW OF ASHLYDYATMRS. HENRY WOOD
Outlaw does not mean outside the law, but lawed out by some legal process.
THE SHAKESPEARE MYTHEDWIN DURNING-LAWRENCE
It would be well to do the same in London, were it not that most of the lynch-lawed may not belong to the people.
DIARY FROM MARCH 4, 1861, TO NOVEMBER 12, 1862ADAM GUROWSKI
There the soul seems to be free from its chains—happily self-lawed.
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE, VOL. 66, NO 405, JULY 1849VARIOUS
There's been folks lawed in this town for sellin' a meal of victuals and not having one.
THEIR PILGRIMAGECHARLES DUDLEY WARNER
The total character is accordingly self-lawed, irrepressible creation.
BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH MAGAZINE - VOLUME 57, NO. 352, FEBRUARY 1845VARIOUS
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