Definition of lawbreaking in English:

lawbreaking

Pronunciation /ˈlôˌbrākiNG/ /ˈlɔˌbreɪkɪŋ/

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noun & adjective

See lawbreaker

‘So, the Republicans will change the law to either politicize the prosecutor's office or retroactively legitimize past lawbreaking, and then proclaim themselves clean.’
  • ‘But the prevalence of cultural relativism must take some blame too: For some, a culture of lawbreaking is just as valid as a culture of obedience to the law.’
  • ‘If we go back to the case of massive resistance to desegregation, we have another example of federal lawbreaking assisted by state officials.’
  • ‘What advice do you give them about effectively intentional lawbreaking?’
  • ‘We are tough on lawbreakers, and driving while disqualified is lawbreaking.’
  • ‘On one occasion when Sue had seen blatant lawbreaking, the police arrived.’