crimeless

crimeless

(ˈkraɪmlɪs)
adj
free from crime; innocent
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And will he rather choose to defeat Lex Luthor, or sacrifice himself for a "perfect" and crimeless world?
An effective and co-ordinate moral and political support of international community and humanitarian organizations, making Pakistani government accountable for sinless and crimeless death of innocent Hazaras might lessen the sores of the aggrieved nation.
This suspension of discourse kept Danes crimeless and irreproachable despite their continuous encounter with colonial subjects.
We stanchly rebuff to link Islam to terrorism for Islam is crimeless," he said.
Richard McCann's 'The Diarist', beloved by the jurors, consists of a series of binary oppositions (the majority culture's signposts of stark masculinity, versus the eleven-year-old boy's inclinations to femininity) which imply that all of us are a little bit gay on the inside (the academically beaten-to-death thesis of the social construction of gender and sexuality); we are all potentially categorizable as minorities crimeless victims, suffering from no-one's delusions (the diary, after all, conveniently rescues us).
Though crime is by no means limited to uneducated offenders, people whose humanity has been restored through dedicated education in prison tend to prefer a crimeless life after release.
Stewart thought that the neglect of the dream in Western education was a blind spot that made us stop short of a crimeless, warless civilization.
I grew up in Orange County, California, which was very new and fresh and crimeless.