Definition of Lawbreaker. Meaning of Lawbreaker. Synonyms of Lawbreaker

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Definition of Lawbreaker

Lawbreaker
Lawbreaker Law"break`er, n. One who disobeys the law; a criminal. -- Law"break`ing, n. & a.

Meaning of Lawbreaker from wikipedia

- A lawbreaker is someone that has committed a crime, also known as "breaking the law". Lawbreaker or Lawbreakers may also refer to: The Lawbreakers, a 1961...
- The Lawbreakers is a 1961 film directed by Joseph M. Newman. Made in a film noir style, the crime drama is based on the pilot episode of the 1961 television...
- (Ólafr digri; Modern Norwegian Olav digre). He was also called Olaf 'The Lawbreaker' for his many brutal ways of converting the Norwegian po****ce. In Norway...
- Lawbreaker is the second album by heavy metal band Metal Law. "Legacy Of Knights (intro)" - 0:44 "Crusaders Of Light" - 5:40 "Right To Rock" - 4:42 "Lawbreaker"...
- Lawbreakers, aka Lee Marvin Presents Lawbreaker, is a 30-minute American docudrama crime anthology series. It was produced by Rapier Productions Incorporated...
- little ease where Theodore Roosevelt leads, as we all of us found out. The lawbreaker found it out who predicted scornfully that he would "knuckle down to politics...
- ****ton Blake is a 1928 six-part silent film serial produced by British Filmcraft. The serial stars Langhorne Burton as the fictional detective ****ton Blake...
- responsibilities were land disputes, keeping of the king's peace, and punishing lawbreakers. Richard's increasing role in the north from the mid-1470s to some extent...
- The Verge. Retrieved July 2, 2017. S. Good, Owen (June 12, 2017). "Lawbreakers launches in August on PC and PS4". Polygon. Retrieved June 14, 2017....
- with the Protector's support, convinced that the landlords were the lawbreakers. The same justification for outbreaks of unrest was voiced throughout...
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