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dicionario analógico

accessary, accessory, accomplice - arsonist, firebug, fire-raiser, incendiary - blackmailer, extortioner, extortionist, racketeer - bootlegger, moonshiner - briber, suborner - coconspirator, conjurator, conspirator, conspirer, machinator, plotter - desperado, desperate criminal - fugitive, fugitive from justice - gangster, mobster - highbinder - highjacker, hijacker, skyjacker - bullyboy, goon, hood, hoodlum, hooligan, punk, strong-armer, thug, tough, toughie - abductor, hostage taker, kidnaper, kidnapper, snatcher - mafioso - gangster's moll, gun moll, moll - liquidator, manslayer, murderer, murderess - parolee, probationer - drug dealer, drug peddler, drug trafficker, peddler, pusher - racketeer - raper, rapist, violator - former convict, gaolbird, habitual criminal, jailbird, old offender, recidivist, reoffender, repeater, ticket-of-leave man - scofflaw - contrabandist, moon curser, moon-curser, runner, smuggler - rascal, robber, rogue, scoundrel, stealer, thief - quisling, traitor, treasonist - lawbreaker, law offender, offender, transgressor, violator - captive, con, convict, detainee, inmate, yardbird, yard bird - Billie the Kid, Bonney, William H. Bonney - James, Jesse James - MacGregor, Robert MacGregor, Rob Roy[Spéc.]

crime, criminalism, criminality, criminalness - criminalise, criminalize, illegalise, illegalize, outlaw - criminalize[Dérivé]

crime (n.) • criminal (n.) • crook (n.) • felon (n.) • malefactor (n.) • outlaw (n.)

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