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Noun
Plural for a person who has broken the law, especially one who remains at large or is a fugitive
“The idea of a benevolent outlaw who robbed from the rich and gave to the poor is a matter of grave doubt.”
Noun
Plural for a fugitive who has run away, typically from the law
“He tried to make sure that Wallace, now an outlaw at large, would be captured by the promise of leniency.”
Noun
Plural for an outcast, or who has been exiled from a place or group
“Can it be any wonder to anybody that such conditions make a man an outlaw of society?”
Noun
Plural for a person who is dishonest or a criminal
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Noun
Plural for a dishonest or unprincipled person
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Noun
Plural for a person who changes their allegiances
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Wild horses
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Plural for a person who takes part in a rebellion
Verb
To prohibit or make illegal by law
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“It is important that this Committee and Congress move quickly to outlaw the sale of phone records.”
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To make or declare someone an outlaw or criminal
“But this suggests that it would be morally proper to outlaw the criminal, that is, to permit the other members of society to subject him to their own aggressive conduct.”
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To banish or exile somebody from a place
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“He shivered, thinking that such disobedience would outlaw him from Secca, from everything he knew, all that was familiar and safe.”
Verb
To impede the work or progress of
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