Meaning of feloniously in English:



See felonious

‘It's not unlike 11,000 other children that have been murdered in this country or killed feloniously by parents in the last 20 years.’
  • ‘Subsequently - around the middle of his composition - a darker and more feloniously criminal conception of the ‘great financier’ emerged.’
  • ‘They refused, and the wicked sheriff feloniously prevented justice being done.’