lawbreaker

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From law +‎ breaker

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lawbreaker (plural lawbreakers)

  1. One who breaks (violates) the law, a criminal.
    • 1979, Monty Python's Life of Brian, spoken by Matthias (John Young):
      I'm just a poor old man. I have no time for law-breakers. My legs are grey. My ears are gnarled. My eyes are old and bent.

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