Definition of Criminalism

1. Noun. The state of being a criminal.

Exact synonyms: Criminality, Criminalness
Generic synonyms: Guilt, Guiltiness
Derivative terms: Criminal, Criminal, Criminal



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Criminalism

criminal offences
criminal possession
criminal procedure
criminal procedures
criminal prosecution
criminal psychologist
criminal psychology
criminal record
criminal records
criminal suit
criminalisation
criminalise
criminalised
criminalises
criminalising
criminalism (current term)
criminalist
criminalistics
criminalists
criminalities
criminality
criminalization
criminalize
criminalized
criminalizes
criminalizing
criminally
criminalness
criminals
criminate

Literary usage of Criminalism

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Individual Delinquent: A Text-book of Diagnosis and Prognosis for All by William Healy (1915)
"In general the criterion for discrimination of this professional class is that their criminalism is deliberate, premeditated and repeated, as compared to ..."

2. The Trend of the Race: A Study of Present Tendencies in the Biological by Samuel Jackson Holmes (1921)
"All told, the indirect influence of heredity on criminalism appears to be that in 35 per cent there is predominantly a transmission of mental or physical ..."

3. Pathological Lying, Accusation, and Swindling: A Study in Forensic Psychology by William Healy, Mary Tenney Healy (1915)
"CASE 25 Case of a young man of 19, with already a long record of criminalism, who created much trouble for a court where a judge was keenly anxious to do ..."

4. Race Decadence: An Examination of the Causes of Racial Degeneracy in the by William Samuel Sadler (1922)
"As observed in any phase of court life, bad companions play an immense part in the production of criminalism — though some seem to prefer solitary crime. ..."

5. University of California Publications in Education by University of California (1868-1952) (1920)
"Experience and observation also convince me that this vicious process incites a great deal of other criminalism.73 Literary education is used in part to ..."

6. The Individual Delinquent: A Text-book of Diagnosis and Prognosis for All by William Healy (1915)
"In general the criterion for discrimination of this professional class is that their criminalism is deliberate, premeditated and repeated, as compared to ..."

7. The Trend of the Race: A Study of Present Tendencies in the Biological by Samuel Jackson Holmes (1921)
"All told, the indirect influence of heredity on criminalism appears to be that in 35 per cent there is predominantly a transmission of mental or physical ..."

8. Pathological Lying, Accusation, and Swindling: A Study in Forensic Psychology by William Healy, Mary Tenney Healy (1915)
"CASE 25 Case of a young man of 19, with already a long record of criminalism, who created much trouble for a court where a judge was keenly anxious to do ..."

9. Race Decadence: An Examination of the Causes of Racial Degeneracy in the by William Samuel Sadler (1922)
"As observed in any phase of court life, bad companions play an immense part in the production of criminalism — though some seem to prefer solitary crime. ..."

10. University of California Publications in Education by University of California (1868-1952) (1920)
"Experience and observation also convince me that this vicious process incites a great deal of other criminalism.73 Literary education is used in part to ..."

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