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Definition of criminal:

  1. A person who has violated human or divine laws; one guilty.
  2. That violates a human or divine law; guilty of or tainted with crime; abandoned; wicked; in law, opposed to civil.

Synonyms:

shepherd's crook, antitrust, common law, abominable, unlawful, miserable, perverted, iniquitous, roughshod, immoral, savage, illegal, woeful, condemnable, cruel, outlaw, underworld, shady, brutal, deviant, extrajudicial, wicked, felonious, forensic, unethical, wretched, execrable, vicious, criminally, turn, clandestine, evil, culpable, sad, poisonous, whitlow, gross, amoral, wrong, malefactor, extraterritorial, deplorable, civil, venomous, reprehensible, bend, nefarious, pitiful, twist, juvenile, sorry, enabling, felon, sordid, ringleader, crook, wrong, illegal, sinful, flagitious, fraudulent, effective, barbarous, lamentable, fell, crimes, vile, accomplice, felonious, gang, guilty, distressing, guilty.

Usage examples:

  • " But I tell you the criminal one is dead.

    - "The Honorable Peter Stirling and What People Thought of Him", Paul Leicester Ford.
  • Why hang it all, Mr. Hewitt, I can't talk of my niece as a suspected criminal!

    - "Martin Hewitt, Investigator", Arthur Morrison.
  • The criminal of whom we are first to speak, viz.

    - "Lives Of The Most Remarkable Criminals Who have been Condemned and Executed for Murder, the Highway, Housebreaking, Street Robberies, Coining or other offences", Arthur L. Hayward.