Noun(1) someone who has committed a crime or has been legally convicted of a crime
Verb(1) declare illegal; outlaw
Adjective(1) contrary to or forbidden by law(2) disobedient to or defiant of law
(1) The legislation is not there to tackle discriminatory treatment but to outlaw sex discrimination.(2) The Court was clearly concerned that the fact that the plaintiff was a burglar should not mean that he effectively became an outlaw , beyond the protection of the civil law.(3) Yet his efforts would be repeatedly undermined by the Canadian establishment until eventually he became a wanted outlaw .(4) The outlaw biker image is a break from the conformity that has taken over America since industrialization.(5) Not until then did most states outlaw common law marriage.(6) Whilst he is certainly an outlaw and bandit of historic proportions there is little or no connection with the notion of hereditary criminal tribes.(7) In effect, these measures outlaw political campaigns against arbitrary or illegal detentions.(8) A few cities, including San Francisco, explicitly outlaw weight discrimination.(9) "So, no sign of the legendary outlaw , " Sean said.(10) One of them was a member of an outlaw motorcycle gang.(11) the outlaw Ned Kelly(12) When will our authorities have the courage to say " enough is enough " and completely outlaw this practice?(13) Rather, he is considered an international outlaw and may be dealt with as such.(14) Love isn't something that someone can tax, or outlaw .(15) I do not think that it could be said that a person in breach of some statutory duty or other prohibition thereupon becomes an outlaw , unable to enforce any of his rights against anyone.(16) I feel like an outlaw on the run.
(1) outlaw :: outlaw
1. lawless ::
2. unlawful ::
lē tusa ma le tulāfono
3. fugitive ::
4. crook ::
5. ban ::
6. banish ::
7. criminalize ::
Different Formsoutlaw, outlawed, outlawing, outlaws
Word Example from TV Shows
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An OUTLAW kidnapped me,
a man called Polliver.
Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 6
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 3
I'm like an OUTLAW.
Breaking Bad Season 2, Episode 3
What's the point of being an OUTLAW
when you got responsibilities?
Breaking Bad Season 3, Episode 9
Did you know that at one point Maegor III
tried to OUTLAW it in the Seven Kingdoms?
Game of Thrones Season 5, Episode 9
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