Malefactor

Mal`eĀ·fac'tor noun [ Latin , from malefacere to do evil; male ill, evil + facere to do. See Malice , and Fact .] 1. An evil doer; one who commits a crime; one subject to public prosecution and punishment; a criminal. 2. One who does wrong by injuri...
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malefactor

1. An evil doer; one who commits a crime; one subject to public prosecution and punishment; a criminal. ... 2. One who does wrong by injuring another, although not a criminal. ... Synonym: Evil doer, criminal, culprit, felon, convict. ... Origin: L, fr. Malefacere to do evil; male ill, evil + facere to do. See Malice, and Fact. ... Source: Websters...
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Malefactor

• (n.) An evil doer; one who commits a crime; one subject to public prosecution and punishment; a criminal. • (n.) One who does wrong by injuring another, although not a criminal.
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malefactor

malefactor 1. One guilty of a heinous offence against the law; a felon, a criminal. 2. An evil-doer; one who does ill towards another; especially, as an antithesis with 'benefactor'.
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