Definition of Criminologists

1. Noun. (plural of criminologist) ¹



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Definition of Criminologists

1. criminologist [n] - See also: criminologist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Criminologists

crimination
criminations
criminative
criminatory
crimine
criminently
criminetly
criming
crimini
criminis
criminogenic
criminogenically
criminological
criminologies
criminologist
criminologists (current term)
criminology
criminous
criminously
criminousness
criminy
crimmer
crimmers
crimosin
crimosins
crimp
crimpage
crimped
crimper
crimpers

Literary usage of Criminologists

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

1. Fifty Years of Public Service by Arthur Griffiths (1904)
"... His Views on Criminology- Enrico Fern—Other criminologists—The Author's Paper on the Treatment of Habitual Criminals—Indefinite Detention—The Question ..."

2. The Evolution of Man and His Mind: A History and Discussion of the Evolution by Shobal Vail Clevenger (1902)
"criminologists investigate the lower social strata for stigmata of degeneracy, neglecting the respectable who places himself above the law. ..."

3. Kids, Cops & Communities by Marcia R. Chaiken (1999)
"Approaches that criminologists have found to be most promising for preventing violence and delinquency are relatively long-term, continuous, ..."

4. The Universal Illusion of Free Will and Criminal Responsibility by Augustin Frédéric Hamon (1899)
"In the opinion of contemporary criminologists, three causes productive ... The free will of the meta-physicians is therefore denied by the criminologists. ..."

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