Definition of Larcenies

1. Noun. (plural of larceny) ¹



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Definition of Larcenies

1. larceny [n] - See also: larceny

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Larcenies

lapworks
laquay
laquays
laquearian
laqueary
lar
lar gibbon
laramie group
larb
larbish
larboard
larboards
larbs
larcener
larceners
larcenies (current term)
larcenist
larcenists
larcenous
larcenously
larceny
larch
larch tree
larchen
larches
larchlike
lard
lard oil
lardacein

Literary usage of Larcenies

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1. Commentaries on the Criminal Law by Joel Prentiss Bishop (1877)
"larcenies from the Person. 900-904. larcenies from Particular Places. § 892. ... The foundation statute respecting larcenies from the person is 8 Eliz. c. ..."

2. New Commentaries on the Criminal Law Upon a New System of Legal Exposition by Joel Prentiss Bishop (1892)
"For the law and procedure as to various statutory larcenies, Stat. Crimes, § 409-429. For Compound larcenies, post, § 892-904, and such titles as Burglary, ..."

3. The Law Review and Quarterly Journal of British and Foreign Jurisprudence by William S. Hein & Company (1848)
"This Committee are of opinion that much evil accrues from the confinement of offenders, charged with very trifling larcenies, for a longer or shorter period ..."

4. Britton: An English Translation and Notes by Francis Morgan Nichols (1901)
"Of Appeals of Robberies and larcenies. 1. WITH respect to robberies and larcenies, our will is, ..."

5. A Treatise on the Criminal Law as Now Administered in the United States by Emlin McClain (1897)
"COMPOUND larcenies. § 574. Elements of aggravation. ... These aggravated larcenies are sometimes declared grand larceny without regard to the value of the ..."

6. The Parliamentary Debatesby Great Britain Parliament, Thomas Curson Hansard by Great Britain Parliament, Thomas Curson Hansard (1824)
"The motion was withdrawn. Sir J. Mackintosh rose to propose an amendment. He observed, that he had larcenies (BENEFIT OF CLERGY) BILL. ..."

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