Synonyms for outlaw
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To remove from legal jurisdiction or enforcement.
to outlaw a debt or claim
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criminal, felon, crook, outlaw, malefactoradjective
someone who has committed a crime or has been legally convicted of a crime
illegitimate, illicit, outlaw(a), outlawed, unlawfuladjective
contrary to or forbidden by law
"an illegitimate seizure of power"; "illicit trade"; "an outlaw strike"; "unlawful measures"
disobedient to or defiant of law
"lawless bands roaming the plains"
outlaw, criminalize, criminalise, illegalize, illegaliseverb
declare illegal; outlaw
"Marijuana is criminalized in the U.S."
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Moonshine has huge crossover appeal, its renegade reputation makes it alluring to consumers who want a little taste of tradition. It makes them feel a little outlaw, too, without breaking any laws.
They have to, for them to make Dobbs—for them to outlaw Roe, outlaw the right of a woman to make a choice with their doctor, to not make exceptions for rape and incest and et cetera, and pass it out of the Congress to make it the law of the land, the president has to sign it. I’ll veto it.
Jesse James is a very famous outlaw so this is obviously a valuable image.
The authors of that amendment purposely chose language drafted by Jefferson in an unsuccessful effort to outlaw slavery in the Northwest Territories as a means of honoring Jefferson’s struggle against slavery, if Democrats understood Jefferson’s lifelong opposition to slavery, they would have reached a different conclusion.
The issues we deal with are usually from someone who may be wanting to make a name for themselves and tries to harass or in some way antagonize an outlaw motorcycle gang member.
Translations for outlaw
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- Verfemter, Outlaw, Gesetzloser, ächtenGerman
- παράνομος, φυγάς, αγριάλογοGreek
- eksterleĝulino, eksterleĝuloEsperanto
- desperado, fugitivo, forajidoSpanish
- lainsuojaton, villihevonen, kieltääFinnish
- útlægja, útlagiIcelandic
- persoană fără de lege, fugarRomanian
- изгна́нница, изго́й, [[дикий, престу́пник, изгна́нник, [[объявля́ть]] [[вне]] [[закон, отверженный, престу́пница, разбо́йница, отве́рженный, разбо́йникRussian
- odmetnik, razbojnik, izopćenikSerbo-Croatian
- bannlysa, kriminalisera, fredlösSwedish
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