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butcher someone who has committed many, or extremely vicious, murders. [1/6 definitions]
chaste not having committed fornication or adultery. [1/3 definitions]
communal taint in India, the perception of a person or political body being strongly tied to or influenced by a particular cultural or religious community and thus not committed to values of secularism and unity.
corpus delicti the material evidence showing that a crime has been committed. [1/2 definitions]
crime of passion a crime committed by a person in a condition of extreme anger, jealousy, or the like.
crime passionel (French) crime of passion; a crime committed in extreme passion, esp. sexual or romantic jealousy.
engagé committed and involved, esp. in support of an aim or cause.
enlistment the time period for which a person is committed to serve in a military service. [1/2 definitions]
felon1 a person who has committed a serious crime, such as murder, rape, or burglary; one who has committed a felony.
floating not committed or permanently assigned; available as needed. [1/5 definitions]
fury (pl.; cap.) in Greek and Roman mythology, the three horrible female creatures that pursue to the grave those who have committed unpunished crimes. [1/4 definitions]
guilt the fact of having committed a crime, misdeed, or other offense. [1/2 definitions]
hard-core deeply committed or determined. [1/2 definitions]
innocence freedom from having committed a legally wrong act. [1/5 definitions]
insanity in law, a mental condition so disordered that the afflicted person is considered incompetent to engage in contracts or similar matters, or that he or she may be committed to an institution. [1/4 definitions]
inside job (informal) a crime committed by someone with intimate knowledge of, or association with, the victim or the victim's property or premises.
Jesus freak (offensive) a member of a young persons' fundamentalist group strongly committed to Jesus Christ and his teachings.
nightrider a member of a band of mounted, often masked men who committed acts of violence and intimidation, esp. in the southern United States after the Civil War.
noncommitted combined form of committed.
old school those committed to traditional or established custom. [1/2 definitions]
original sin in Christianity, the sin of disobedience committed by Adam and Eve, for which they and all humans were made to suffer pain and mortality.