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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


Short "hint"

person who suffers from an injurious action or event; person who is cheated; creature sacrificed in a religious rite

Usage examples (26)
  • Ridley advocates documenting police enforcement of what he calls victimless crimes.
  • The candidates discussed job creation, education reform and legalizing so-called victimless crimes during the hourlong debate.
  • Even the so-called victimless cases involve acts that could be committed only by pathetic, miserable people who've lost all hope.
  • But this kind of victimless crime just does not justify resignationi, let alone imprisonment. for more
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