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outlaw

n. popularly, anyone who commits serious crimes and acts outside the law.

outlaw

noun bandit, brigand, convict, criminal, delinquent, evildoer, felon, fugitive, fugitive from the law, habitual criminal, habitual offender, hardened criminal, lawbreaker, lawless individual, malefactor, miscreant, nooorious criminal, offender, offender against society, public enemy, racketeer, recidivist, robber, swindler, thief, transgressor, underworld character, violator of the law

outlaw

verb aqua et igni interdicere, banish, bar, deelare illegal, declare unlawful, exclude, expel, forbid by law, make unlawful, place outside the protection of the law, proscribe, proscribere, put beyond the protection of the law, reject, repel
See also: ban, banish, bar, condemn, convict, criminal, debar, denounce, deport, disfranchise, eliminate, exclude, expatriate, expel, felon, foe, forbid, hoodlum, isolate, lawless, malefactor, pariah, prohibit, proscribe, recidivist, relegate, seclude, thief, wrongdoer

OUTLAW, Eng. law. One who is put out of the protection or aid of the law. 22 Vin. Ab. 316; 1 Phil. Ev. Index, h.t.; Bac. Ab. Outlawry; 2 Sell. Pr. 277; Doct. Pl. 331; 3 Bl. Com. 283, 4.

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The police also seized weapon and motorcycle from the possession of deceased outlaw, the spokesman informed.
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Halley gave the son of Witness Box his first experience of Cheltenham's banks and hedges at the Open meeting in November, when Outlaw Pete came back in third to Uncle Junior.
Outlaw was charged with torture, which prosecutors allege began in January 2004, aggravated mayhem, corporal injury to a child, failure to provide, child abuse and assault with a deadly weapon with means likely to produce great bodily injury, said Jane Robison, a spokeswoman for the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office.
The cycle continues, unless the institutional and cultural context around him is opened up for discussion--but that is something the outlaw artist might do, whereas the escape artist creates amazing myths in his world but doesn't risk staying in ours.
Enter the Outlaws, a fiercely independent bunch of singer-songwriters who had become increasingly dissatisfied with Nashville's authoritarian power structure.
Outlaw also worked as press secretary to Senator Strom Thurmond (SC), as a press officer at the U.
In the same way that the festival's ski-slope-nestled host village of Park City, Utah, is itself a cake-ornament facsimile of immaculate rusticity, Sundance is not so much about the authentic outlaw spirit as its packaged simulation.
Outlaw feels that Appiah's tendency to "analyze and evaluate individually each of the elements in Du Bois's definition" leads to a "serious misreading of Du Bois," and Outlaw goes on to show how Appiah's strategy obscures from his critical view the relevance of Du Bois's contribution to race theory during a time when discourse on race was dominated by pseudo-scientific studies such as those mentioned by Rampersad in his Afterword.
In this comprehensive guide, Outlaw, a human resources expert, shows how to develop an aggressive recruiting plan to find the right employees who meet your hiring criteria and possess the right skills for the job.