Misdemeanors [noun]

Definition of Misdemeanors:

sin, crime

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Sentence/Example of Misdemeanors:

A body of elderly gentlemen charged with high duties and misdemeanors.

Who could blame him for not wanting to confess his misdemeanors before an audience?

He was whipped repeatedly for these misdemeanors, but the punishment did him no good.

Do not add impertinence to the list of your misdemeanors, Virginia.

But his misdemeanors continued and he was finally sentenced to be flogged.

Hercules had committed other misdemeanors besides stealing the dog.

Her "Misdemeanors of Nancy," in 1892, was the beginning of a successful career in authorship.

One or two girls really liked to have a long list of misdemeanors.

Certainly, it was "obstructing an officer," and in "misdemeanors all are principals."

Men suspected of "misdemeanors" were to be sent to England for trial!