Definitions of "outlaw"
  1. An individual who is not granted the privileges or safeguards provided by law
  2. An individual or entity who operates outside of legal boundaries, or manages to evade the law
  3. An entity or individual on whom certain restrictions are applied due to their non-compliance with established laws or norms
  4. The process of declaring something as contrary to the law
How to use "outlaw" in a sentence
  1. The criminal became an outlaw, with no recourse to legal protection.
  2. The company was branded an outlaw after repeatedly violating environmental regulations.
  3. The act of producing these substances was outlawed as it was hazardous to public health.

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