felón

  • 41 felon — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. criminal (see evildoer). II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. criminal, malefactor, outlaw, convict; see criminal . III (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) n. criminal, larcenist, lawbreaker, convict, outlaw, malefactor,… …

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  • 42 felon — fel|on [ˈfelən] n law [Date: 1200 1300; : Old French; Origin: Medieval Latin fello person who does evil ] someone who is guilty of a serious crime ▪ By law, convicted felons (=criminals who are sent to prison) may not own or use guns …

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  • 43 felon — fel|on [ felən ] noun count LEGAL someone who has committed a serious crime such as murder or ROBBERY …

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  • 44 felon — sb. 565 B …

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  • 45 felon — fel·on || felÉ™n n. criminal, law breaker; inflammation of the finger or toe (especially near the nail) …

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  • 46 felon — felon1 [ fɛlən] noun a person who has committed a felony. adjective archaic cruel; wicked. Origin ME: from OFr., lit. wicked, a wicked person , from med. L. fello, fellon , of unknown origin. felon2 [ fɛlən] noun archaic term for whitlow …

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  • 47 felon — I. n. 1. Culprit, criminal, malefactor, convict, outlaw. 2. Whitlow. II. a. (Poetical.) See felonious …

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  • 48 felon — noun (C) law someone who is guilty of a serious crime …

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  • 49 felon — n 1. larcener, larcenist, malfeasant, mis feasor, perjurer; lawbreaker, criminal, convict, Sl. jailbird, parolee; ex convict, Inf. ex con, recidivist, repeat offender, Inf. chronic crook; transgressor, trespasser, offender, culprit, miscreant;… …

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  • 50 felon — fel·on …

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  • 51 felon — I fel•on [[t]ˈfɛl ən[/t]] n. 1) law a person who has committed a felony 2) archaic a wicked person 3) archaic wicked; malicious; treacherous • Etymology: 1250–1300; ME fel(o) un wicked < AF; OF fel (nom.), felun (obl.) wicked person, traitor,… …

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  • 52 felon —   n. criminal.    ♦ felonious, a.    ♦ felony, n. serious crime …

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  • 53 felon — /felan/ Person who commits or has committed a felony (q.v.) …

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  • 54 felon — /felan/ Person who commits or has committed a felony (q.v.) …

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  • 55 felon — One who has been convicted of a felony and whose disabilities arising from such conviction have not been removed. An infection of finger or toe extruding pus and very painful. 29A Am J Rev ed Ins § 1173 …

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  • 56 Felon (Territoire de Belfort) — Felon …

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  • 57 Felon (film) — Felon (film, 2008) Données clés Titre original Felon Réalisation Ric Roman Waugh Scénario Ric Roman Waugh Acteurs principaux Stephen Dorff Val Kilmer Pays d’origine …

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  • 58 felon grass — felon grass, = black hellebore. (Cf. ↑black hellebore) …

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  • 59 Felon (Film) — Filmdaten Deutscher Titel Felon Produktionsland USA …

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  • 60 Felon (film) — Infobox Film name = Felon image size = caption = Theatrical release poster director = Ric Roman Waugh producer = Dan Keston Nick Phillips Christopher Wilhem writer = Ric Roman Waugh narrator = starring = Stephen Dorff Val Kilmer Harold Perrineau… …

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