Crook and Criminal

Crook

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Crook noun – A person who has committed a crime.
Usage example: a guy at the bar was raving about how all politicians are basically crooks

Criminal is a synonym for crook in offender topic. In some cases you can use "Criminal" instead the word "Crook" as a noun or an adjective, when it comes to topics like law-breaker, felon, convicted felon, maker of fakes. popular alternative
Nearby Words: crooked, crooking
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Criminal

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Criminal noun – A person who has committed a crime.
Usage example: car thieves, pickpockets, burglars, and other criminals

Crook is a synonym for criminal in offender topic. You can use "Crook" instead the word "Criminal" as a noun or an adjective, if it concerns topics such as law-breaker, felon, lawbreaker, convicted felon. informal substitute
Nearby Words: crime, criminality, criminate, criminally, criminalize
Synonyms for Criminal

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fellow fellow crook fellow criminal
old old crook old criminal
female female crook female criminal
normal normal crook normal criminal
Other adjectives: common, ordinary, petty, real, great, dangerous, vicious, amoral, fleeing, famous, former, minor, murderous, Nazi, random, said, captured, costumed, small-time.
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