Word "FELON" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a purulent infection at the end of a finger or toe in the area surrounding the nail
Synonyms:
whitlow

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
someone who has committed a crime or has been legally convicted of a crime
Synonyms:
criminal, crook, malefactor, outlaw

Crossword Clues for FELON

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Clue Source Date
Pen pal? Wall Street Journal 11 Jun 2022
Criminal The Times Concise 12 May 2022
Criminal attacked one left out The Guardian Cryptic 03 Feb 2022
Arsonist or kidnapper, for example Wall Street Journal 15 Nov 2021
Criminal The Times Concise 31 Oct 2021
Serious criminal LA Times Daily 20 Sep 2021
Serious criminal The Washington Post 20 Sep 2021
Blackmailer or arsonist, e.g Wall Street Journal 08 Sep 2021
Criminal aims to leave Isle of Man Irish Times Crosaire 26 Dec 2020
Criminal The Telegraph Quick 28 Nov 2020
Recall number virtually abandoned convicted offender The Telegraph Cryptic 13 Nov 2020
Criminal The Times Concise 14 Sep 2020
Convicted criminal New York Times 05 Aug 2020
Person on a Most Wanted List Newsday 12 Jul 2020
'Orange Is the New Black' extra The Washington Post Sunday 01 Mar 2020
Serious criminal LA Times Daily 17 Feb 2020
Serious criminal The Washington Post 17 Feb 2020
Arsonist or burglar Wall Street Journal 17 Dec 2019
Wanted poster subject Wall Street Journal 16 Nov 2019
Any Sing Sing inmate USA Today 30 Oct 2019
Pen denizen The Washington Post 30 May 2019
Pen denizen LA Times Daily 30 May 2019
Serious criminal
Any Sing Sing inmate
Pen denizen
Arsonist, for instance Newsday 09 Nov 2018
Celled con Universal 18 Jul 2018
Serious criminal Newsday 15 Jun 2018
Robber, e.g Premier Sunday 04 Mar 2018
Major criminal Thomas Joseph 13 Feb 2018
Celled con
Cooler person? New York Times 17 Nov 2017
Convicted arsonist, e.g USA Today 15 Oct 2017
Certain criminal Universal 16 Sep 2017
One with convictions The Washington Post 28 May 2017
One with convictions LA Times Daily 28 May 2017
Time server, usually The Washington Post 24 Mar 2017
Time server, usually LA Times Daily 24 Mar 2017
Criminal and more Universal 15 Mar 2017
Counterfeiter, e.g New York Times 15 Feb 2017
Big-time criminal Universal 06 Feb 2017
Disenfranchised person, in many states The Washington Post 25 Jan 2017
Convicted arsonist, e.g.
Big-time criminal
Certain criminal
One with convictions
Time server, usually
Cooler person?
Counterfeiter, e.g.
Criminal Canadiana 10 Oct 2016
Major criminal Newsday 23 Aug 2016
Serious criminal Wall Street Journal 19 Aug 2016
Arsonist, e.g New York Times 01 Jun 2016
Word from Old French for ''wicked person'' Newsday 21 May 2016
One in maximum security, say Universal 17 Apr 2016
Counterfeiter, e.g USA Today 26 Mar 2016
Perpetrator USA Today 21 Jan 2016
Arsonist, e.g.
Perpetrator
Half-heartedly attacked person with convictions The Telegraph Cryptic 22 Nov 2015
Criminal Eugene Sheffer 08 Sep 2015
Arsonist, for instance
Convicted crook
Joint tenant?
Record holder?
Career criminal
Joint tenant?
Serious offender
Record holder?
Arsonist, e.g.
Pen pal?
Joint tenant
Serious offender
Word from Old French for "traitor"
Serious criminal
Convicted criminal
Convicted crook
Wanted poster subject
Serious criminal
Joint tenant
One with convictions
Wanted poster figure
Pen pal?
Joint tenant?
Cell user, often
Hardened criminal
Pen resident
Joint tenant?
Pen resident
Record holder?
Joint tenant?
Arsonist, for one
Supermax resident
Big-time perp
Person with a serious conviction
Serious offender
Record holder?
Cop's quarry
Serious lawbreaker
Someone with a record
Criminal
Sing Sing resident
Career criminal
Lawbreaker
Racketeer, e.g.
Lifer, e.g.
Criminal
Wanted-poster depiction
Major criminal
Many a convict
Career criminal
Con, perhaps
Criminal
Con, perhaps
One that's put away
Menace to society
Kidnaper, e.g.
Major criminal
Serious lawbreaker
Embezzler or extortionist
Big house resident
One with convictions
Serious lawbreaker
Many a con
Many a con
Burglar, e.g.
One serving a long sentence
One serving a long sentence
Arsonist, e.g.
Big-time criminal
Lawbreaker
One facing life, maybe
Criminal
Joint tenant?
Criminal
Arsonist or assassin, e.g.
Serious criminal
Cop's quarry
Burglar, e.g.
Lifer, e.g.
Guilty one
Joint tenant?
Lawbreaker
Law-breaker
Criminal
Burglar, for one
One with convictions
One in a pen, perhaps
Criminal
Man with a record
One with convictions
Lawbreaker
Crook
Perpetrator
One who has life to look forward to?
Public enemy
One facing life, maybe
Malefactor
Con
One in a pen
Serious offender
Attica resident, e.g.
Lawbreaker
Burglar, e.g.
Criminal
Burglar
Burglar, for one
Jack the Ripper was one
Kind of criminal
Prison inmate
Finger infection
Character in 25 Across
Prison occupant
Criminal.
Wrongdoer.
Miscreant.
Wicked.
Bill Sikes, for example.
Arsonist.
Convict.
Arsonist, for example.
Man in the line-up.
Burglar.
Malefactor.
Convicted criminal.
Malignant.
Con
Many a convict
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