What is another word for feloniously?

Pronunciation: [fɛlˈə͡ʊnɪəsli] (IPA)

Feloniously is an adverb that means something done in an unlawful or criminal way. There are several synonyms for this word which can be used interchangeably in different contexts. Some of the synonyms for feloniously include illegally, unlawfully, criminally, fraudulently, illicitly, and wrongfully. These words can help to add variation and nuance to your writing, as well as provide a more accurate and precise description of an action or behavior that may be considered illegal or unethical. Using synonyms for the word feloniously helps to avoid repetition and enhances the overall quality of your writing.

Usage examples for Feloniously

"Untucking the bed-clothes, and making himself the thinnest slice of a man, Jericho slides between the sheets; and there he lies feloniously still, and he thinks to himself-Being asleep, she cannot tell how late I came to bed.
"John Leech, His Life and Work. Vol. 1"
William Powell Frith
But did not the sweet soul deserve this turn upon her, for feloniously resolving to rob me of herself, had the application made by Hickman succeeded?
"Clarissa, Volume 5 (of 9)"
Samuel Richardson
In the robbers' cavern were found several articles answering exactly to the description of those valuables feloniously abstracted from the person of Lord Mauleverer.
"Paul Clifford, Volume 6."
Edward Bulwer-Lytton

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