verb (used with object) Law.
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OTHER WORDS FROM inlawinlawry, noun
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Example sentences from the Web for inlaw
If the clergy would give him a voluntary gift, which was in no way to be considered a tax, he agreed to inlaw them.
We are going to hold you as a hostage until your Saxon master or your British father pay ransom for you, and inlaw us again.A Prince of Cornwall|Charles W. Whistler
I may not go against the word of the Moot, and inlaw you again by giving you a place.
I cannot inlaw you again, Heregar; for that must needs be done in full Moot, as was the outlawry.