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crim.

  1. criminal.
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Examples from the Web for crim

Historical Examples of crim

  • The next witnesses of importance were the two detectives Crim and McDermott.

    The Mysterious Murder of Pearl Bryan

    Unknown

  • Faix, it's not me'd give th' hot tip iv a warnin' to a crim'nal.

    Desert Conquest

    A. M. Chisholm

  • As has been seen, Crim was not a man of many words, but of very decisive temper.

    Buckskin Mose

    Buckskin Mose

  • I hear,' resumed the lady, 'that his uncle is enraged at him, and more for the duel than the crim.

    Self-control

    Mary Brunton

  • Dunning was defending a gentleman in an action brought from crim.

    Law and Laughter

    George Alexander Morton


British Dictionary definitions for crim

crim

noun, adjective
  1. slang short for criminal
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crim.

abbreviation for
  1. criminal
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