Definition of lawbreaker in English:

lawbreaker

Line breaks: law|break¦er
Pronunciation: /ˈlɔːbreɪkə
 
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noun

Derivatives

lawbreaking

noun & adjective
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  • So, the Republicans will change the law to either politicize the prosecutor's office or retroactively legitimize past lawbreaking, and then proclaim themselves clean.
  • But the prevalence of cultural relativism must take some blame too: For some, a culture of lawbreaking is just as valid as a culture of obedience to the law.
  • If we go back to the case of massive resistance to desegregation, we have another example of federal lawbreaking assisted by state officials.

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