Definition of Perpetrations

1. Noun. (plural of perpetration) ¹



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Definition of Perpetrations

1. perpetration [n] - See also: perpetration

Lexicographical Neighbors of Perpetrations

perpensions
perpent
perpent stone
perpent stones
perpents
perper
perpers
perpession
perpessions
perpetrable
perpetrate
perpetrated
perpetrates
perpetrating
perpetration
perpetrations
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perpetrators
perpetuable
perpetual
perpetual-license
perpetual arrhythmia
perpetual beta
perpetual bond
perpetual bonds
perpetual calendar
perpetual license
perpetual motion
perpetual motion machine
perpetual warrant

Literary usage of Perpetrations

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

1. The Life of the Right Honorable Charles James Fox...: Comprehending a Brief by Charles James Fox (1807)
"... had no immediate relation with its leaders, but" were the perpetrations of common thieves, who availed themselves of the tumuli to their own advantage; ..."

2. Messiah by Friedrich Gottlieb Klopstock, Georg Heinrich C. Egestorff (1826)
"... Of bis innumerable perpetrations; ilu-» This barbarous man, be knoweth that the Romans, When once he had completed bis designs Of faction and revolt, ..."

3. Civil Engineer and Architect's Journal (1857)
"13, Confide recte agenti, are two of those abominable perpetrations often ... 21, is another of the atrocious classic perpetrations of which the less that ..."

4. Reports of Cases Decided at Nisi Prius and at the Crown Side on Circuit by Thomas Campbell Foster, William Francis Finlason (1867)
"Bridge was going on to ask as to subsequent perpetrations of the offence, on the Saturday and again on the Monday. Ribton objected that it was inadmissible, ..."

5. Publishers Weekly by Publishers' Board of Trade (U.S.), Book Trade Association of Philadelphia, American Book Trade Union, Am. Book Trade Association, R.R. Bowker Company (1912)
"Perpetrations wise and otherwise. Bost., MH Brazier, 'nc 59 p. por. 12°, $1. Burns, Cumorah Smith. A child of love. Bost., Sherman, French, 'il. c. 80 p. ..."

6. The Contemporary Review (1875)
"improvement upon some of those religious perpetrations which I have noticed further back. In other places we spell out such agreeable truisms as " Gerste ..."

7. The Writings of Thomas Jefferson by Thomas Jefferson (1904)
"I do not find any of these definitions confine the offence to wilful and malicious perpetrations of it. 22. 23. Car. 2.0. i. called the Coventry act, ..."

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