Definition of victimless in English:

victimless

Syllabification: vic·tim·less
Pronunciation: /ˈviktəmləs/

adjective

Denoting a crime in which there is no injured party.
More example sentences
  • Justice Minister Michael McDowell said white-collar crime was not victimless and its effects were felt across the economy.
  • Such crimes are not victimless: they make victims of us all.
  • ‘It was the world's largest accounting fraud, it was far from a victimless fraud,’ Boehm said.

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