- 1Relating to or involved in crime: they turned their felonious talents to the smuggling tradeMás ejemplos en oraciones
- The previous night, he'd manufactured a homemade stinkbomb and unbeknownst to all of us, this mild explosive device would transform a practical joke into a felonious street crime.
- Other research finds a theoretical link between right-to-carry concealed weapon laws and decreased crime or decreased felonious deaths of police.
- And like typical criminals, the felonious five left their incriminating fingerprints everywhere, showing an unmistakable consciousness of guilt on their part.
- 1.1 Law Relating to or of the nature of felony: his conduct was feloniousMás ejemplos en oraciones
- She will stand trial for her felonious enterprise.
- Indeed this seems like it might go past a civil liability issue, and into absolutely felonious criminal activity.
- The women were each sentenced to 30 years in prison after pleading guilty in 2003 to kidnapping, child endangerment, and felonious assault.
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- It's not unlike 11,000 other children that have been murdered in this country or killed feloniously by parents in the last 20 years.
- Subsequently - around the middle of his composition - a darker and more feloniously criminal conception of the ‘great financier’ emerged.
- They refused, and the wicked sheriff feloniously prevented justice being done by spiriting the Jews away to the castle.
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- el diccionario Inglés de EE.UU.