malefactor[ mal-uh-fak-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF malefactor
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MALEFACTOR
Even supposing that Joggi were the malefactor, where was the rest of that money?
Like a malefactor out on bail, he was painting a picture for the future.
His rhoomatism's merely that malefactor's way of goin' onder cover.
In this way, secured like a malefactor, I was ordered forward.
Pizarro acquired the mastery of Peru by the act of a malefactor.
It was the halo of a saint encircling the brow of the malefactor.
You will find a bystander may shoot a malefactor to save the life of a citizen.
I meant, that if he were a malefactor, your place would be in the prison beside him.
Every malefactor has more rights than he; and yet who could be more innocent?
And yet the malefactor had repented on the cross, and went nevertheless to paradise.