outlawing

All Verb Noun
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  • He is famous for being the only outlaw to make it to parliament.
  • They showed this power early and often as they completely ran over the young Outlaws.
  • She became one of the few women in the outlaw country movement during the 1970s.
  • He had an opportunity now to see just what the outlaw's life really was. Cited from The Lone Star Ranger by Zane Grey
  • This part was often visited by outlaws so people used to stay away from this place.
  • As used, however, the test generally makes it difficult to outlaw any form of expression.
  • The Outlaws keep all the members of the poetry society under close watch.
  • They are known as one of the few remaining outlaw country bands.
  • He put forward a motion in the senate to outlaw her which was carried.
  • He did not show up in court and was himself outlawed.
  • Paul was previously a member of the Southern rock band Outlaws as well.
  • He was eventually outlawed because of the men he had killed.
  • Sometimes he made use of inside information in ways which were legal at the time but were later outlawed.
  • The outlaws decided to live off the wealthy class of people instead of the poor.
  • While post-independence states have sought to outlaw slavery, results have been mixed.
  • In historical legal systems, an outlaw is declared as outside the protection of the law.
  • The outlaws storm the execution ground and save the two men in time.
  • South Africa was becoming an outlaw in the world community of nations.
  • The outlaw was ill and suffering much pain, and did as he was asked.
  • War must be made outlawed and declared a crime, she said.
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Root form of outlawing is outlaw for the verb.

Meaning of outlawing

  • verb Declare illegal; outlaw
    Marijuana is criminalized in the U.S.