Definition of Criminations

1. Noun. (plural of crimination) ¹



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Definition of Criminations

1. crimination [n] - See also: crimination

Lexicographical Neighbors of Criminations

criminalities
criminality
criminalization
criminalize
criminalized
criminalizes
criminalizing
criminally
criminalness
criminals
criminate
criminated
criminates
criminating
crimination
criminations
criminative
criminatory
crimine
criminently
criminetly
criming
crimini
criminis
criminogenic
criminogenically
criminological
criminologies
criminologist
criminologists

Literary usage of Criminations

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

1. The History of the Peloponnesian War by Thucydides, Henry Dale, Thomas Arnold (1873)
"... criminations, to gain tho leadership of the commons, both blunted the spirit of measures in tho camp, and for tho tint time were embroiled with one ..."

2. The History of the Peloponnesian War by Thucydides, Henry Dale (1849)
"... by not afterwards voting supplies required by the armament, but proceeding with their private criminations, to gain the leadership of the commons, ..."

3. The Confederation of Europe: A Study of the European Alliance, 1813-1823, as by Walter Alison Phillips (1920)
"... Russia—Conferences of Châtillon—Effect of Napoleon's victories —' Criminations and recriminations '—General character of Austrian policy—Metternich—Fear ..."

4. Memoirs of the Life of Colonel Hutchinson ...: With Original Anecdotes of by Lucy Hutchinson, Julius Hutchinson (1846)
"Meanwhile they and their soldiers could no way palliate their rebellion, but by making false criminations of the parliament-men, as that they meant to ..."

5. The Roman History of Appian of Alexandria by of Alexandria Appianus (1899)
"So he secretly sent forward a force to scare away the convoy, and they took to flight with the money. CHAPTER XIII Alarm in the City — Mutual Criminations ..."

6. The Book of the Roman-Catholic Church: In a Series of Letters Addressed to by Charles Butler, Robert Southey (1825)
"Doctor Southey's Criminations of the Roman-catholics in his present Chapter. l. " IT was believed," as you inform us, "that " the late troubles,"—(meaning ..."

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