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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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In another encounter, which took place in the jurisdiction of Baldia Police Station, police arrested two outlaws Imtiaz s/o Deedar Ali Bhund and Ali Asghar s/o Ali Gohar Bhund along with lethal weapons.
ATLANTA, June 2, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Sixthman, the industry leader of festivals at sea, is coming together with Renegade Circus to bring you the inaugural Outlaw Country Cruise to set sail Spring 2016.
In the 1980's the Mongols seized control of Southern California from the Hells Angels, and today, the Mongols are allied with the Bandidos, the Outlaws, the Sons of Silence and the Pagans against the Hells Angels.
Dougie Brown's men beat Leicestershire in their last match but had to depend on The Outlaws also defeating Yorkshire Vikings at Headingley.
He said that the Armed Forces had inflicted heavy losses on the outlaws in a battle which lasted for three hours at Al-Atmour which was exploited by the outlaws as a military base, explaining that 110 of the aggressors were killed and many others were wounded, while the remaining outlaws have fled leaving behind them a big quantity of equipments.
CELTS suffered a 34-55 home defeat at the hands of Essex Outlaws.
HE AND HIS OUTLAWS (THE HOLE-IN-THE-HEAD GANG) ARE PLANNING AN ORGY OF SHOOTING, BURNING AND PLUNDERING.
That's the Outlaws, from Monaghan, who are raising dust on the country trails with their exuberant brand of music.
Tod ran away because the Sheriff beat him, and Rook gradually comes to understand how lucky he is to have had a loving father, and to be part of the community of outlaws in the forest.
Anyone ascending the museum's ramp encounters soft vitrines (they seem cast from Vaseline) containing, say, relics of outlaws past--The Cabinet of the Man in Black, 1999, includes a Fred Biletnikoff Raiders jersey and a magazine ad for Johnny Gash--amid numerous signs reading PLEASE DO NOT TOUCH THE DISPLAY CASES.
Enter the Outlaws, a fiercely independent bunch of singer-songwriters who had become increasingly dissatisfied with Nashville's authoritarian power structure.