Origin of criminal
Synonyms for criminal
Antonyms for criminal
Examples from the Web for non-criminal
Contemporary Examples of non-criminal
But what about regular physical intimacy between regular (non-criminal) students?Does California’s College Rape Bill Go Too Far In Regulating Sex?
June 23, 2014
Historical Examples of non-criminal
It should be as unprison-like and attractive as any residence for the non-criminal.
The disasters cannot in reason or justice be divided into criminal or non-criminal.Crime: Its Cause and Treatment
Being uncorrupted and of a non-criminal make-up, the enormity of his crime suddenly dawns upon him with its full force.Studies in Forensic Psychiatry
Word Origin for criminal
early 15c., from Middle French criminel (11c.), from Latin criminalis "pertaining to crime," from crimen (genitive criminis); see crime. Preserves the Latin -n-. Criminal law (or criminal justice) distinguished from civil in English at least since late 15c.
1620s, from criminal (adj.).