Definition of "prior(s)"
  1. Slang for past convictions that can result in an enhanced sentence in current legal proceedings if proven
How to use "prior(s)" in a sentence
  1. His priors played a significant role in the harsher sentence he received.
  2. The judge took into account the defendant's priors while making the final decision.
  3. Although she had several priors, they were not related to the current case and thus, were not considered for sentencing.

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