Synonyms of outlaw
banditDictionary • a band of desperate outlaws
bandit • Reports say he was killed in an attack by armed bandits.
criminal • He was put in a cell with several hardened criminals.
thief • The thieves snatched the camera.
crook (informal) • The man is a crook and a liar.
robber • Armed robbers broke into a jewellers.
fugitive • He was a fugitive from justice.
outcast • He had always been an outcast, unwanted and alone.
delinquent • a nine-year-old delinquent
felon • He's a convicted felon.
highwayman • He had a mask tied round his face like a highwayman.
desperado • The judge described him as a `wicked desperado' and jailed him for life.
marauder • They were raided by roaming bands of marauders.
brigand • He looked like a scruffy brigand.
lawbreaker • The money should be spent on training first-time lawbreakers to earn an honest living.
1 banDictionary • The German government has outlawed some fascist groups.
ban • Last year arms sales were banned.
bar • They have been barred from the country since 1982.
veto • De Gaulle vetoed Britain's application to join the EEC.
forbid • They'll forbid you to marry.
exclude • The Academy excluded women from its classes.
embargo • They embargoed oil shipments to the US.
prohibit • the law which prohibits trading on Sunday
disallow • He ruled that my testimony should be disallowed.
proscribe • They are proscribed by federal law from owning guns.
interdict • Troops could be ferried in to interdict drug shipments.
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banTo ban something means to state officially that it must not be done, shown, or used.
• Last year arms sales were banned.
banditRobbers are sometimes called bandits, especially if they are found in areas where the law has broken down.
• Reports say he was killed in an attack by armed bandits.
• He was banished from England.
Thesaurus for outlaw from the Collins English Thesaurus
(formerly) a person excluded from the law and deprived of its protection