from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. a crime, an illegal action
- v. to fine
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Any transgression or offense against the law.
- n. A fine imposed as a penalty for violation of the law.
- transitive v. To deprive of the authority or character of law.
- transitive v. To put beyond protection of law; to outlaw.
- transitive v. To impose a fine upon; to fine.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To outlaw.
- To deprive of the authority or character of law.
- In Scots law, to fine.
- n. Violation of law or justice; lawlessness; anarchy; injustice.
- n. In Scots law: Any transgression of the law; an injury, or act of injustice.
- n. A fine or amercement legally fixed and exacted from one who has transgressed the law.
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Thus, too, the Jews called the name of Jehovah i? ieffable, hecsmse it was unlaw - ful to pronounce it.
If it be crminal to harm ourselves at all; if it be unlawful to terminate life by a sudden act; for the same reason it is unlaw - ful to destroy our health, and bring on death by slovr and moderate means.
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** When be presided at his table, he was hospitable, but not luxurious; encouraging the learned and the good, but banishing with indig - nation, the flatterer, the calumniator, and the miuisters of unlaw - ful pleasures.
For had fuch a decree pafTed the Houfe, it would not have been deemed unlaw - ful to cut off the Queen or any of the Royal Family, had they thought it neceffary for their purpofes.
Unable to make any imprefTion by argu - ment and fair attack, they have employed unlaw - ful and violent weapons — they have called aflbci - ations, and encouraged tumults, and put the minds of the people into a ftate of fermentation, at a period of emergency, which required the undif - turbed and cordial co-operation of all clafles of men.
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