noun, plural crim·i·nal·i·ties for 2.
Origin of criminality
Related Words for criminalitymisbehavior, violation, infringement, transgression, peccadillo, offense, misconduct, sin, malfeasance, immorality, infraction, dereliction, misdeed, wrongdoing, lawlessness, atrocity, criminality, illegality, depravity, delinquency
Examples from the Web for criminality
Contemporary Examples of criminality
Yes, a president needs courage to stand up to corruption and criminality in his own country.Stone: Romancing Chávez
February 18, 2014
We want the morality of a situation to match the criminality.Christopher Darden Believes There May Be Justice Yet for Trayvon
Christopher A. Darden, Michele Noble
July 15, 2013
What the military has to confront is criminality, not a hookup culture.Air Force General Blames Increase in Military Rape on Hookup Culture
May 8, 2013
George Zimmerman pulled the trigger, but a larger ethos of devaluing life and the stereotypes of criminality loaded the gun.‘Mad Men’ Highlights Invisible Black People and Stain of Racism
Otis Moss III
March 27, 2012
And so it has proven over the past generation of the swiftest record reduction of criminality in American history.James Q. Wilson, 1931-2012
March 3, 2012
Historical Examples of criminality
Weigh in the scales his criminality and the suffering he has undergone.Justice (Second Series Plays)
The criminality of the hysterical is always connected with the sexual functions.
Homicide forms 91% of the criminality of this group of offenders.
Criminality, again, is associated with feeble-mindedness in the most intimate way.The Task of Social Hygiene
He fancies that he is thus safeguarded against his own criminality.Napoleon the Little
noun plural -ties
1610s, from French criminalité, from Medieval Latin criminalitas, from Latin criminalis (see criminal).