Lawless [adjective]

Definition of Lawless:

reckless, ungoverned

Opposite/Antonyms of Lawless:

Sentence/Example of Lawless:

Let us remember that "if we suffer tamely a lawless attack upon our liberty, we encourage it, and involve others in our doom!"

But before the Revolution our ancestors had known a standing army only as an instrument of lawless power.

He urged upon the Assembly the adoption of immediate and energetic measures to arrest these execrable deeds of lawless violence.

Still, the influence of Roland and his wife was feared by those who were directing the terrible enginery of lawless violence.

Even the lawless classes of society generally shrink from blood.

And he is not a poacher and a snarer, and I don't know what all, leading a lawless life, and thieving for his living?

The tobacco smuggling from Gibraltar keeps alive a lawless class which sinks easily into pure brigandage.

She had appealed to the adventurous and lawless spirit in him, the spirit that marked his difference from his family.

It is not surprising that a public meeting "hissed" a command which was as lawless as it was powerless.

Left master of the field of battle, Charming listened to nothing but his caprice, and lived lawless and unconstrained.