diccionario analógico

breach of trust - arrogation, confiscation, distrainment, seizure - award, awarding - assignable, conveyable, negotiable, transferable, transferrable - innuendo, insinuation - decriminalise, decriminalize, legalise, legalize, legitimate, legitimatise, legitimatize, legitimise, legitimize - clearance, franchise, licence, license, permit - criminal code, penal code - fibber, liar, prevaricator - Cosa Nostra, Maffia, Mafia - illegally, illicitly, lawlessly - suspension, temporary removal - unlawfully - amercement, fine, forfeit, mulct - highjacker, highwayman, hijacker, road agent, skyjacker - dissembler, dissimulator, hypocrite, phoney, phony, pretender - unwritten law - penalisation, penalization, penalty, punishment, retribution - introduce - damage, legal injury, wrong - blue movie, erotica, obscene literature, porn, porno, pornographic literature, pornography, smut - crime, criminal offence, criminal offense, foul play, law-breaking, offence, offense - crime, criminal act, criminal offence, criminal offense, delict, delinquency, felony, offence, offense, outrage, wrongful act - breach of the law, contravention, infraction, infraction of the law, infringement, infringement of the law, invasion, lapse, misdemeanor, misdemeanour, offence, offense, penal offence, transgression, transgression of the law, trespass against the law, violation, violation of the law - bearing false witness, lying under oath, perjury - commission, committal, perpetration - assassination attempt, assault, attack, attempt, onslaught, terrorist attack - sex crime, sex offense, sexual abuse, sexual assault - captive, capture, seizure - abduction, kidnaping, kidnapping, ravishing, snatch - bribery, corruption, graft - defalcation, embezzlement, misapplication, misappropriation, peculation - bunco, bunco game, bunko, bunko game, cheat, con, confidence game, confidence trick, con game, flimflam, gyp, hustle, sting - fossicking, heist, larceny, misappropriation of funds, raiding, robbery, stealing, theft, thievery, thieving - petty larceny, pilferage - high treason, lese majesty, treason, treason against the state - war crime - dacoity, dakoity - heist, rip-off - break-in, burglary, housebreaking - confess, fink, squeal - assessment, judgement, judgment - adjudication - acquit, assoil, clear, clear of, discharge, exculpate, exonerate, free from blame, vindicate - remand, remit, send back - procedure - file, register - declare - recusal, recusation - lawmaking, legislating, legislation - enactment, passage - house arrest - corporal punishment - drubbing, flagellation, flogging, hiding, lacing, lashing, licking, tanning, thrashing, whipping - capital punishment, death penalty, executing, execution - auto-da-fe - burning, electrocution - due process, due process of law - action, action at law, criminal prosecution, legal action, legal proceedings - case, causa, cause, lawsuit, legal proceedings, suit - lis pendens - legal proceeding, proceeding, proceedings - appeal - adjudication, decision, decree, judgement, judgment, judicial decision, pronouncement, sentence, sentencing, verdict - default judgement, default judgment, judgement by default, judgment by default, judgment in absence, judgment in contumacy - judgement on the pleadings, judgment on the pleadings, summary judgement, summary judgment - finding - finding of fact, verdict - acquittal - judicial review - defence, defense, demurrer, denial, plea, repudiation - abidance, compliance, conformation, conformity - lawful, legal, legislative, licit, statutory - unlawful - juridical, juristic, legal - haram, illegal, unlawful - extrajudicial - left-handed, morganatic - draw - engage - deliver, free, liberate, loose, release, set at liberty, unloose, unloosen - gaol, immure, imprison, incarcerate, jail, jug, lag, put away, put behind bars, remand - defend, represent - action, litigate, process, sue - commit, perpetrate, pull - make - chair, death chair, electric chair, hot seat - gallows, gibbet - death chamber, gas chamber - gulag - iron maiden - penal facility, penal institution - pillory, stocks - rack, wheel - legality, legitimacy - validity, validness - effect, force - lawfulness, legitamacy, legitimacy, rightfulness - right - access, accession, admission, admittance, entree - exclusive right, exclusive rights, perquisite, prerogative, privilege - entitlement, right - right to life - freedom of conscience, freedom of thought - equality before the law, equality of rights, equality of status - civil liberties/rights, civil right, civil rights - freedom of religion, freedom of religious beliefs, freedom of worship, religious freedom - freedom of speech - freedom of the press - freedom of assembly - franchise, right to vote, suffrage, vote - equal opportunity - jurisdiction, legal power - legal system - tax law, tax system - electoral system, voting system - scrutin uninomial system, scrutin uninominal voting system, single-member system, uninominal system, uninominal voting system - list system, scrutin de liste, scrutin de liste system - jus sanguinis - jus soli - jurisprudence, law, legal philosophy - article, clause - asterisk signature, signature, starred signature - act, deed, instrument, legal document, legal instrument, official document, official paper - negotiable instrument, negotiable security, transferable instrument, transferable security - criminal record, police record, record - passport - power of attorney - working papers, work papers, work permit - law - statute of limitations - constitution, fundamental law, organic law - Constitution, Constitution of the United States, U.S. Constitution, United States Constitution, US Constitution - public law - civil law, jus civile, Justinian code, Roman law - Salic law - blue law - poor law - criminal law - decree, edict, fiat, order, rescript - ukase - judicial separation, legal separation - ban, prohibition, proscription - codicil - living will - cachet, lettre de cachet - income tax form, income tax return, return, tax assessment, tax form, tax return - building licence, building license, building permit, planning application, planning consent, planning permission - driver's licence, driver's license, driving licence, driving license - letter of mark and reprisal, letter of marque, letters of marque - letters patent, patent - judgement, judgment, legal opinion, opinion - dissenting opinion - judicial writ, writ - authorisation, authorization, mandate, proxy, warrant - process, summons - charge, complaint - plea bargain, plea bargaining - legislative act, statute - legal code - stamp, visa - evidence - corpus delicti - declaration - affidavit - compact, concordat, covenant - inquisition - notice - accusal, accusation - recrimination - contesting, disputation, impeachment - defence, defense, defense lawyers, defense team - bar, legal community, legal profession - gangdom, gangland, organized crime - Black Hand - Camorra - crime syndicate, family, mob, syndicate - ICJ, International Court of Justice, World Court - Bench - bar, bench, court, court of justice, court of law, judicature, law court, tribunal - consistory - criminal court - juvenile court - military court - Star Chamber - superior court - high court, state supreme court, supreme court - jurisprudence, law - administrative law - canon law, ecclesiastical law - international law, law of nations - admiralty law, marine law, maritime law - martial law - commercial law, commercial legislation, law merchant, mercantile law - statutory law - apache - evildoer, offender, wrongdoer - abetter, abettor, accessory, accomplice, partner in crime - accessary, accessory, accomplice - defendant, suspect, the accused - aggressor, assailant, assaulter, attacker - bandit, blackguard, brigand, desperado, mugger, raider, villain - barrister - bootlegger, moonshiner - brute, bully, hooligan, rough, roughneck, rowdy, ruffian, tough, yahoo, yob, yobbo, yobo - burglar, housebreaker - collaborator, confederate, henchman, partner in crime - con artist, confidence man, con man - coroner, court doctor, forensic doctor, medical examiner - Barbary pirate, corsair - crime, criminal, crook, felon, malefactor, outlaw - displaced person, DP, stateless person - DA, district attorney - examiner, inspector - executioner, public executioner - executor, executrix - deportee, exile - eradicator, exterminator, terminator - gangster, mobster - gun, gun for hire, gunman, gunslinger, hired assassin, hired gun, hired killer, hitman, hit man, shooter, torpedo, triggerman - hangman - hostage, surety - imitator, impersonator - cheat, deceiver, fake, faker, fraud, imposter, impostor, pretender, pseud, pseudo, role player, sham, shammer - cut-throat, killer, slayer - attorney, lawyer - lawgiver, lawmaker, legislator - charlatan, mountebank - assassin, cutthroat, liquidator, manslayer, murderer, murderess, strangler - obscurantist - ombudsman - party - child molester, paederast, pederast - culprit, evildoer, guilty person, perpetrator - accuser, complainant, plaintiff - brigand, corsair, despoiler, freebooter, looter, pillager, pirate, plunderer, raider, robber, rover, spoiler - poisoner - political prisoner - captive, prisoner - POW, prisoner of war - operative, PI, private detective, private eye, private investigator, shamus, sherlock - prosecuting attorney, prosecuting officer, prosecutor, prosecutrix, public prosecutor - Queen's Counsel - raper, rapist, violator - displaced person, emigré, fugitive, person seeking political asylum, refugee - ripper - robber - sadomasochist - serial killer, serial murderer - evildoer, sinner - skin, skinhead - contrabandist, moon curser, moon-curser, runner, smuggler - bugger, pederast, sod, sodomist, sodomite - Tartufe, Tartuffe - Ted, Teddy boy - robber, stealer, thief - debt security, legal guardian, trustee - supplanter, usurper - informant, informer, witness, witnesser - attestant, attestator, attestor, witness - yardie - Mary Magdalen, Mary Magdalene, St. Mary Magdalen, St. Mary Magdalene - Henry Morgan, Morgan, Sir Henry Morgan - Bartholomew Roberts, Roberts - Blackbeard, Edward Teach, Edward Thatch, Teach, Thatch - booty, dirty money, loot, pillage, plunder, prize, spoils, swag - heritage, inheritance - bequest, legacy - exemplary damages, punitive damages, smart money - escrow - growth - legal status - liberty - constraint, restraint - captivity, immurement, imprisonment, incarceration - durance - emergency - exemption, freedom - impunity - crime rate[Domaine]