out·law 1 /'au̇t-ˌlȯ/ n [Old English ūtlaga, from Old Norse ūtlagi, from ūt out + lag lo̡g law]1: a person excluded from the benefit or protection of the lawa trespasser is not an outlaw2: a lawless person or a fugitive from the law3: a person or organization (as a nation) under a ban or restriction or considered to be in defiance of norms or lawsconsidered an outlaw for its support of terrorismoutlaw 2 vt: to make illegalout·law·ry /'au̇t-ˌlȯr-ē/ n
Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam-Webster. 1996.
bandit, brigand, convict, criminal, delinquent, evildoer, felon, fugitive, fugitive from the law, habitual criminal, habitual offender, hardened criminal, lawbreaker, lawless individual, malefactor, miscreant, notorious criminal, offender, offender against society, proscriptus, public enemy, racketeer, recidivist, robber, swindler, thief, transgressor, underworld character, violator of the law
aqua et igni interdicere, banish, bar, declare illegal, declare unlawful, exclude, expel, forbid by law, make unlawful, place outside the protection of the law, proscribe, proscribere, put beyond the protection of the law, reject, repel
ban, bar (exclude), condemn (ban), convict, criminal, debar, deport (banish), disfranchise, eliminate (exclude), exclude, expatriate, expel, felon, foe, forbid, hoodlum, isolate, lawless, malefactor, pariah, proscribe (denounce), proscribe (prohibit), recidivist, relegate, seclude, thief, wrongdoer
Burton's Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006
A popular term for anyone who commits serious crimes and acts outside the law.Category: Criminal LawCategory: Small Claims Court & Lawsuits
Nolo’s Plain-English Law Dictionary. Gerald N. Hill, Kathleen Thompson Hill. 2009.
n.popularly, anyone who commits serious crimes and acts outside the law.
Law dictionary. EdwART. 2013.