Definition of Delinquents

1. Noun. (plural of delinquent) ¹



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Definition of Delinquents

1. delinquent [n] - See also: delinquent

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Delinquents

delineators
delineatory
delineature
delined
delines
delining
delinition
delink
delinked
delinking
delinks
delinquencies
delinquency
delinquent
delinquently
delinquents (current term)
delinquincy
delint
delinted
delinter
delinters
delinting
delints
delipidate
delipidated
delipidates
delipidating
delipidation
delipidations
deliquate

Literary usage of Delinquents

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1. The Educational Views and Influence of De Witt Clinton by Edward Augustus Fitzpatrick (1911)
"One can readily understand, then, Clinton's enthusiastic and whole-souled approval of the House of Refuge for the reformation of juvenile delinquents, ..."

2. The History of Educational Legislation in Ohio from 1803 to 1850 by Edward Alanson Miller (1920)
"THE EDUCATION OF delinquents Education of delinquents,—No state provision was made for the education of delinquents prior to 1850, and but little was done ..."

3. History of the Commonwealth and Protectorate, 1649-1656 by Samuel Rawson Gardiner (1903)
"On February 26, delinquents before Charles's arrival at Breda, an Act was passed from e ordering all Papists, soldiers of fortune, and delinquents to leave ..."

4. The Female offender by Cesare Lombroso, Guglielmo Ferrero (1897)
"EPILEPTIC delinquents AND MORAL INSANITY. I. Epileptic delinquents. — We have discovered the same relation between moral insanity and epilepsy in women as ..."

5. A Law Dictionary: Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States by John Bouvier (1856)
"... but refusing to march, and also provided that courts martial for the trial of such delinquents, to be composed of militia officers only, should be held ..."

6. Problems of Child Welfare by George Benjamin Mangold (1914)
"Number of delinquents. The number of children in the United States delinquent ... The total number of delinquents in institutions of all kinds in the United ..."

7. Immigration and its effects upon the United States by Prescott Farnsworth Hall (1906)
"E. THE BURDEN OF DEPENDENTS AND delinquents The actual burden of the foreign dependent and delinquent classes upon the community is almost as difficult to ..."

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