desperate criminal

NOUN
  1. a bold outlaw (especially on the American frontier)
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How To Use desperate criminal In A Sentence

  • He is a desperate criminal.
  • Some type of containment is a must in order to capture the most dangerous and desperate criminal we face in law enforcement.
  • The only person that would commit such a deed would be a desperate criminal, accustomed to a life of outlawry.
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  • The Narcotics Branch arrested a desperate criminal.
  • He is a desperate criminal.
  • The Special Staff of the North West district today claimed to have arrested a desperate criminal who was involved in a number of murder and dacoity cases in the Capital and various other districts in Uttar Pradesh and Gujarat.
  • We never cherish any unrealistic fancies about those desperate criminals.
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