Was it possible that one of the bank's customers was feloniously smuggling merchandise out of town to avoid writs of attachment?
Anyone who feloniously steals or aids in the stealing of goods, wares, or merchandise over 5s.
Of this hat he feloniously possessed himself, and returned to Cyprus, where he led a luxurious life.
Say it once again, that I did not feloniously come to bed to thee!
He is a pettifogger, and surely must know that there is such a thing as feloniously breaking into a man's house.
Instead of fulfilling his mother's charge, he was himself "falsely and feloniously slain" by king Mark.
Suppose a stranger should be passing through East Lancaster, break open a post-box, and feloniously extract a private letter?
Finally, in the spring of 1751, it was about to be brought to completion, “when it was feloniously burnt to the Ground.”
He was also indicted a second time for feloniously stealing a diamond ring out of the shop of John Trible, on the 25th of August.
In her stead arrived a court officer with a warrant in which the term "feloniously" played a conspicuous and dispiriting part.