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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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