• Definition for "dolus"
    • bad intent, embracing both malice and fraud
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dolus definition

  • noun:
    • bad intent, embracing both malice and fraud
    • bad intent, adopting both malice and fraudulence. See culpa.
    • In civil law, destructive or criminal intent; fraud; deceit: same as dole.
    • wicked intention, adopting both malice and fraud
    • Evil intention, adopting both malice and fraudulence. See culpa.
    • In civil law, malicious or unlawful intention; fraudulence; deceit: same as dole.
    • bad intention, adopting both malice and fraud
    • evil intent, adopting both malice and fraud
    • Evil intention, embracing both malice and fraud. See culpa.
    • Evil intention, embracing both malice and fraud. See culpa.
    • In civil-law, destructive or unlawful intention; fraudulence; deceit: identical to dole.
    • In civil law, harmful or unlawful intent; fraudulence; deceit: same as dole.
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