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fe·lo·ni·ous

 (fə-lō′nē-əs)
adj.
1. Law Having the nature of, relating to, or concerning a felony: felonious intent.
2. Archaic Evil; wicked.

fe·lo′ni·ous·ly adv.
fe·lo′ni·ous·ness n.
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felonious

(fɪˈləʊnɪəs)
adj
1. (Law) criminal law of, involving, or constituting a felony
2. obsolete wicked; base
feˈloniously adv
feˈloniousness n
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fe•lo•ni•ous

(fəˈloʊ ni əs)

adj.
1. pertaining to or involving a felony: felonious assult.
2. Archaic. wicked; base; villainous.
[1375–1425; late Middle English < Anglo-French, Old French]
fe•lo′ni•ous•ly, adv.
fe•lo′ni•ous•ness, n.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.felonious - involving or being or having the nature of a crime; "a criminal offense"; "criminal abuse"; "felonious intent"
illegal - prohibited by law or by official or accepted rules; "an illegal chess move"
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Translations

felonious

[fɪˈləʊnɪəs] ADJ (Jur) → criminal, delincuente
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felonious

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felonious

[fɪˈləʊnɪəs] adj (Law) → criminale
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References in classic literature ?
The poison was alleged to have been wickedly and feloniously given by the prisoner to his wife Sara, on two occasions, in the form of arsenic, administered in tea, medicine, "or other article or articles of food or drink, to the prosecutor unknown." It was further declared that the prisoner's wife had died of the poison thus administered b y her husband, on one or other, or both, of the stated occasions; and that she was thus murdered by her husband.
It had absolutely taken me almost as long to manufacture a half-a-crown feloniously as it takes a respectable man to make it honestly.
At the same table, with both her elbows upon it, was Mrs Jiniwin; no longer sipping other people's punch feloniously with teaspoons, but taking deep draughts from a jorum of her own; while her daughter--not exactly with ashes on her head, or sackcloth on her back, but preserving a very decent and becoming appearance of sorrow nevertheless--was reclining in an easy chair, and soothing her grief with a smaller allowance of the same glib liquid.
“He is a pettifogger, and surely must know that there is such a thing as feloniously breaking into a man’s house.”
Mr Lillyvick stood higher than ever; for he had shown his power; hinted at his property and testamentary intentions; gained great credit for disinterestedness and virtue; and, in addition to all, was finally accommodated with a much larger tumbler of punch than that which Newman Noggs had so feloniously made off with.
In this case, as with the supposed case of the cuckoo, I can see no difficulty in natural selection making an occasional habit permanent, if of advantage to the species, and if the insect whose nest and stored food are thus feloniously appropriated, be not thus exterminated.
At the arraignment I pleaded 'Not guilty,' and well I might, for I was indicted for felony and burglary; that is, for feloniously stealing two pieces of brocaded silk, value #46, the goods of Anthony Johnson, and for breaking open his doors; whereas I knew very well they could not pretend to prove I had broken up the doors, or so much as lifted up a latch.
"It is clear from the foregoing that herein respondents feloniously, maliciously and intentionally put the complainant under detention for 14 days in order to force her to do something against her will," the PNP-CIDG said.
On February 17, 2015, Aoyang and his co-accused acted in conspiracy by feloniously falsifying the resolution entitled "Resolution Approving the List of Anti-Poverty Reduction Projects in the Municipality of Palapag, Northern Samar."
355 of the Revised Penal Code when he caused the publication of statements in a newspaper article and in the internet which was published in Manila Times on May 21 and 28 of the current year maliciously and feloniously imputing crimes (corruption and drug trafficking) against me,' Cam added.
"Without justifiable cause did then and there wilfully, unlawfully and feloniously threaten to kill Jacinto Paras, thereby creating fear and anxiety on the mind of the said complainant," the court order read, saying Paras' fear for his life convinced the court to indict Trillanes.
On April 21, 2014, the defendant was indicted for feloniously using "a communications system or other electronic means for the purpose of soliciting a minor for activity in violation of Virginia Code 18.2-361 or 18.2-370, knowing or having reason to know that such person was a minor," in violation of Code 18.2-374.3.