Crime

Common misspellings for crime:

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Usage examples for crime

  1. I would hardly believe a confession of crime, though your own lips spoke it.  Princess Maritza by Percy Brebner
  2. He confessed, however, to the foreign divine who attended him that he was really guilty of that crime for which he was to die, though it did not appear that he conceived it to be capital at the time he did it, nor, indeed, was he easily convinced it was so, until within a few days of his execution.  Lives Of The Most Remarkable Criminals Who have been Condemned and Executed for Murder, the Highway, Housebreaking, Street Robberies, Coining or other offences by Arthur L. Hayward
  3. As the stage- coach runs along through old Narragansett, it comes to another scene of crime, of horrible crime and horrible punishment- that of hanging in chains.  Stage-coach and Tavern Days by Alice Morse Earle
  4. Her friendship and my crime!  The Monk of Hambleton by Armstrong Livingston
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