Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of malefactor.

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Examples

  • Teddy Roosevelt: He was America's Number-One crusader against business monopolies held by what he called the malefactors of great wealth.

    The Rule of Reason

  • More seriously, the approach of using fusion intelligence to attempt to identify malefactors is clearly a good approach, even though we know the government will do it poorly.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » What TSA is doing

  • Somebody was obviously searching hard for an excuse to make sure that certain malefactors’ last years are indeed “golden” ones.

    Retirement Policy

  • Somebody was obviously searching hard for an excuse to make sure that certain malefactors’ last years are indeed “golden” ones.

    The Mollohan-Jefferson Amendment

  • Somebody was obviously searching hard for an excuse to make sure that certain malefactors’ last years are indeed “golden” ones.

    Stromata Blog:

  • I do not ask this to minimize the threat from malefactors, which is certainly real enough. 9/11 bears stark witness to that.

    Lawrence E. Joseph: The Need for Enemies

  • I do not ask this to minimize the threat from malefactors, which is certainly real enough. 9/11 bears stark witness to that.

    Lawrence E. Joseph: The Need for Enemies

  • In the outer court, for instance, were a hundred men called malefactors, for the most part Jews convicted of various political offences.

    Pearl-Maiden

  • Not, of course, for today's Republicans, who instinctively side with those Theodore Roosevelt-dubbed "malefactors of great wealth."

    NYT > Home Page

  • Not, of course, for today's Republicans, who instinctively side with those Theodore Roosevelt-dubbed "malefactors of great wealth."

    NYT > Home Page

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