|rikollinen englanniksi||delinquent fi, crook fi, felon fi, criminal fi|
: Fred is delinquent in making his car payment.
: The company made a new effort to collect delinquent payments.
: ux|en|She held the baby in the crook of her arm.
*: through lanes, and crooks, and darkness
: ux|en|the crook of a cane
*: It was flood-tide along Fifth Avenue; motor, brougham, and victoria swept by on the glittering current; pretty women glanced out from limousine and tonneau; young men of his own type, silk-hatted, frock-coated, the crooks of their walking sticks tucked up under their left arms, passed on the Park side.
*: Even though I walk through a / valley dark as death / I fear no evil, for thou art with me, / thy staff and thy crook are my / comfort.
*: for all your brags, hooks, and crooks
*: "People have got to know whether or not their President is a crook. Well, I?m not a crook. I?ve earned everything I?ve got."
*: as black as the crook
: He crooked his finger toward me.
*: Crook the pregnant hinges of the knee.
*: “...In the following cases: physical defect in the married parties, desertion without communication for five years,” he said, crooking a short finger covered with hair....
*: There is no one thing that crooks youth more than such unlawful games.
*: Whatsoever affairs pass such a mans hands, he crooketh them to his own ends.
: That work you did on my car is crook, mate
: Not turning up for training was pretty crook.
: Things are crook at Tallarook.
*: “Things are crook at home at the moment.”
*: “They?re always crook at my home.”
: I?m feeling a bit crook.
: be crook at/about; go crook at
*: Ann explained to the teacher what had happened and the nuns went crook at me too.
*: I went home on the tram, then Mum went crook at me because I was late getting home—I had tickets for Mum and her friend to go to the Regent that night and she was annoyed because I was late.
*: I went crook at them for not telling me and as soon as she was well enough I took her home to the camping area and she soon picked up.
*: Mum went crook at me for wasting money, but when Don got a job and spent all his money on a racing bike, she didn?t say a thing to him.
*: Looking at the Jury and the turbulent audience, he might have thought that the usual order of things was reversed, and that the felons were trying the honest men.
*: Foppish and fantastic ornaments are only indications of vice, not criminal in themselves.
*: The neglect of any of the relative duties renders us criminal in the sight of God.
*: The officers and servants of the crown, violating the personal liberty, or other right of the subject ... were in some cases liable to criminal process.
: His long criminal record suggests that he is a dangerous man.
: Printing such asinine opinions without rebuttal is criminal, even when not libel!