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Example sentences for "criminally"

Lexicographically close words:
crimina; criminal; criminalistic; criminality; criminall; criminals; criminate; criminated; criminating; crimination
  1. Gentlemen, that argument will not assist my learned friends, for it is too much to ask credit for rational conduct in those who cannot act criminally without acting irrationally.

  2. Vanderbilt was criminally prosecuted or civilly sued by the Government.

  3. It was nothing to them that this neglect caused frequent and heartrending disasters; they were not held criminally responsible for the loss of life.

  4. It is said, and authorities are cited to sustain the position, that there can be no crime unless there is a culpable intent; to render one criminally responsible a vicious will must be present.

  5. In order to render a party criminally responsible, a vicious will must concur with a wrongful act.

  6. Of late years several instances have occurred in which the acid has been used criminally to cause disfiguring burns of the face.

  7. The first of these is ever memorable in the history of toxicology, being the first instance in which a pure alkaloid had been criminally used.

  8. Arsenic has been in more than one case introduced criminally into the vagina with a fatal result.

  9. If he have done this, it would be monstrous to punish him criminally for his errors; errors not of conscience, but only of judgment.

  10. Nor does the safety of society require that any individuals, other than those who have sufficient mental capacity to understand that their acts are criminal, should be criminally punished.

  11. The prisoner vehemently denied the charge of rape, but confessed he went to Mrs. Underwood's residence at her invitation and was criminally intimate with her at her request.

  12. She was publicly reported and generally known to have been criminally intimate with Coy for more than a year previous.

  13. A common example of this is where two men are caught at the same time bearing away between them the spoil of their crime and are jointly indicted for "criminally receiving stolen property.

  14. The question of how far persons who are victims of diseased mind shall be held criminally responsible for their acts has vexed judges, jurors, doctors, and lawyers for the last hundred years.

  15. The law is, simply, that any person is to be held criminally responsible for a deed unless he was at the time laboring under such a defect of reason as not to know the nature and quality of his act and that it was wrong.

  16. Skip cried, in mingled excitement and anger that the boy should be so criminally neat.

  17. Brock, a white man, criminally assaulted a ten-year-old colored girl, and threatened to kill her if she told.

  18. Civilis, indeed, complained that the Germans had criminally broken faith and rebuked them for it.

  19. The royal favorite was now nearing the catastrophe toward which his criminally corrupt course inevitably led.

  20. This was because the KoryĆ­ officials believed she had been criminally intimate with him and they were anxious to get the prince back on the throne.

  21. Then why," Brannhard demanded, "did you endanger them in this criminally reckless manner?

  22. You had no right to have what are at least putatively sapient beings treated in this way, and even viewing them as mere physical evidence I must agree with Mr. Brannhard's characterization of your conduct as criminally reckless.

  23. In the cases of the South Sea and Mississippi frauds, the principal actors, though men of high position, were criminally punished, and made to pay damages.

  24. Why do we gather instances of petty crime--legacies criminally obtained and fraudulent buying and selling?

  25. In order to render a party criminally responsible, a vicious will must concur with a wrongful act.

  26. By criminally defective ancestry we mean the ancestry from which criminals spring.

  27. Dr Chapple failing to illuminate us upon this point we inquire, does a criminally defective ancestry invariably convey to its offspring a taint disposing it towards crime?

  28. That, in short, a criminally defective ancestry is an invariable cause producing a criminal descent.

  29. Not only are the chances of his becoming the parent of criminally disposed children effectually removed but he is himself transformed from having a negative to having a positive social value.

  30. The deterrent value of the penal system has been greatly reduced by the small amount of dread which it excites in the criminally disposed.

  31. Does she not realize that if Belgium has not been neutral up to this day, she has been the cause of it in tearing to pieces the scrap of paper which should have been the sacred shield of the nation she criminally martyred?

  32. Beside this inactivity, the government was criminally negligent in not prosecuting and punishing offenders when captured.

  33. The efforts of the executive during this period were criminally lax and negligent.

  34. The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "criminally" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.