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criminality (n.)

"quality or state of being criminal," 1610s, from French criminalité, from Medieval Latin criminalitas, from Latin criminalis (see criminal (adj.)).

updated on May 10, 2018

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Definitions of criminality from WordNet

criminality (n.)
the state of being a criminal;
Synonyms: criminalism / criminalness
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