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In historical legal systems, an outlaw is declared as outside the protection of the law. .... Encyclopedic Dictionary of Roman Law. p. 507. Kelly, Gordon P. (2006).

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Outlaw definition, a lawless person or habitual criminal, especially one who is a fugitive from the law. See more.

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Outlaw definition is - a person excluded from the benefit or protection of the law. ... See the full definition for outlaw in the English Language Learners Dictionary.

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After allowing his chance to become the discoverer of cocaine pass him by, Sigmund Freud was a little pleased at the global decision to outlaw it, meaning he ...

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outlaw meaning: 1. (especially in the past) a person who has broken the law and who lives separately from the other parts of society because they want to ...

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Because they didn't need to be arrested by a police officer or other official, pursuing outlaws was once a way to earn reward money. The outlaw figure became ...

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outlaw• He was rewarded on 16 April 1660 when the council of state outlawed all news-books except his pair.• Those opposed say existing law already outlaws ...

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Define outlaw (verb) and get synonyms. What is outlaw (verb)? outlaw (verb) meaning, pronunciation and more by Macmillan Dictionary.

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Define outlaw. outlaw synonyms, outlaw pronunciation, outlaw translation, English dictionary definition of outlaw. n. 1. a. A fugitive from the law. b. A habitual  ...