What is another word for criminally?

Pronunciation: [kɹˈɪmɪnə͡li] (IPA)

The word "criminally" is often used to describe an action that is not only against the law but also morally wrong. There are several synonyms for this word that can be used to convey a similar meaning, including unlawfully, illicitly, wrongfully, illegally, and corruptly. These words can be used interchangeably to describe an action or behavior that is morally reprehensible and goes against accepted societal norms. Additionally, these words can be used to describe a person who engages in such behavior, such as a criminal, lawbreaker, or wrongdoer. Overall, these synonyms provide a range of options to describe actions that go against legal or ethical standards.

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What are the opposite words for criminally?

The antonyms for the word "criminally" are honestly, ethically, legally, righteously, honorably, fairly, and uprightly. These words imply good behavior and lawful acts, eliminating any criminal intent. One who acts honestly never resorts to the cruel ways of committing crimes or infringing on the rights of others. Ethically and legally right individuals follow the principles and rules set by the society and the law. Fairness, righteousness, and honorability indicate that a person deals with others equitably and with integrity, without any intention of causing harm or committing wrongdoing. To be regarded as someone who acts uprightly is to have a reputation of morality and honesty.

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Usage examples for Criminally

So he married her off-to a man who ought to have been in an insane asylum; in an asylum for the criminally insane, at that.
Albert Payson Terhune
Another paper says that your fortune has been placed at his disposal in the fight he is making against the criminally rich Americans.
"A Fool and His Money"
George Barr McCutcheon
Skilled horse trainers can detect at a glance a criminally inclined horse.
"The Human Side of Animals"
Royal Dixon

Famous quotes with Criminally

  • But I can tell that once, and if, and when this issue gets to be, under real terms, investigated, you will be seeing certain people that we know from this country standing trial; and they will be prosecuted criminally.
    Sibel Edmonds
  • The SS, as such, behaved no more criminally than any other social groups would behave when taking part in political events.
    Hans Frank
  • When a dog acts viciously we assume the reason is poor treatment and training by its owner. When a person acts criminally we look for the explanation in his brain, blood, and urine. When will psychiatrists begin testifying to the incompetence of schizophrenic pit bulls?
    Nicolas Martin
  • The utter collapse of this Profoundly criminal Bush conspiracy will come none too soon for people like me... The massive plundering of the U.S. Treasury and all its resources has been almost on a scale that is criminally insane, and has literally destroyed the lives of millions of American people and American families. Exactly. You and me, sport — we are the ones who are going to suffer, and suffer massively. This is going to be just like the Book of Revelation said it was going to be — the end of the world as we knew it.
    Hunter S. Thompson

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