# Crossword Clue: "Crime does not pay," e.g.

If you're looking for all of the crossword answers for the clue "*"Crime does not pay," e.g.*" then you're in the right place. We found 1 answers for this crossword clue.

## Matching crossword puzzle answers

Below is the complete list of answers we found in our database for *"Crime does not pay," e.g.*:

## Possibly related crossword clues

Based on the answers listed above, we also found some clues that are possibly similar or related to *"Crime does not pay," e.g.*:

- Basic assumption
- Basic fact
- Basic principle
- Basic truth
- a + b = b + a, e.g.
- Accepted postulate
- Accepted principle
- Accepted rule
- Accepted statement
- Accepted truth
- Assumed truth, in logic
- Assumed truth, in math
- Assumed truth
- Assumption in math
- Adage
- Bit of truth
- Bit of wisdom
- "All right angles are congruent," e.g.
- Isuzu SUV
- Fundamental principle
- Fundamental truth
- It goes without saying
- Dictum
- General truth
- Generally accepted proposition
- It's a given
- It's accepted as true without proof
- Geometric given
- Geometric premise
- Geometric truth
- Geometry basic
- Geometry postulate
- Geometry staple
- Geometry truth
- It's assumed
- Idiom
- If a = b and b = c, then a = c, e.g.
- If A > B and B > C, then A > C, e.g.
- "If it ain't broke, don't fix it," e.g.
- If X=Y and Y=Z, then X=Z, e.g.
- Established principle
- Established proposition
- Established rule
- Established truth
- "Crime does not pay," e.g.
- ''Crime does not pay,'' e.g.
- Given in philosophy class?
- Given
- "He who laughs last..." et al.
- "Don't bite the hand that feeds you," e.g.
- "Good things come to those who wait," e.g.
- Fact needing no proof
- Proverb
- Widely accepted saying
- Obvious fact
- Murphy's Law, e.g.
- Mathematical law
- Mathematical proposition
- Wise saying
- Maxim
- Knowledge base?
- Rule needing no proof
- Truism
- Truism.
- Logical proposition
- Logical starting point
- Postulate
- "Power corrupts," e.g.
- "Lost time is never found again," e.g.
- "Lost time is never found again," for one
- "Less is more," e.g.
- Principle accepted as true
- Principle
- Proposition assumed to be self-evident
- Truth assumed to be self-evident
- Truth held to be self-evident
- Spaceship in "Wall-E"
- We hold this truth to be self-evident
- Words to live by
- Saw
- Saying that often goes without saying
- x + 0 = x, e.g.
- "What goes up must come down," e.g.
- ''What goes up must come down,'' e.g.
- Universal principle
- Universal truth
- Universally accepted principle
- Universally accepted proposition
- Universally accepted statement
- Universally accepted truth
- "Time flies," e.g.
- "Time is money," e.g.
- Start of a mathematical proof
- You can believe it
- Statement accepted as true
- Statement that needs no proof
- Self-evident principle
- Self-evident proposition
- Self-evident statement
- Self-evident truth

## Recent Usage of "Crime does not pay," e.g. in Crossword Puzzles

Here are all of the places we know of that have used "Crime does not pay," e.g. in their crossword puzzles:

- New York Times - Feb. 20, 2000