Adjective(1) sanctioned by custom or morality especially sexual morality(2) authorized, sanctioned by, or in accordance with law
(1) This points to the need of an authority capable of making the distinctions necessitated by the various circumstances that affect the description of an action as licit or illicit.(2) Divisions between illicit and licit discursive morality conditioned everyday discursive practices via offensive and exclusionary practices.(3) In this, while the drug of choice differed, their patterns of consumption were not markedly different from commonly found ├ö├ç├┐normal├ö├ç├û patterns of consumption of licit drugs such as alcohol.(4) Moreover, one can raise no objection when a churchman expresses his concern regarding the material well-being of families and suggests that morally licit methods of improving it should be pursued.(5) Our paper has conceptualized both the location of drug dealing and licit business establishments as outcomes of collective efficacy.(6) The legislation introduces a number of provisions aimed to ensure that medicines are used safely and for licit purposes.(7) What it provides, however, is a set of criteria by which a potential military action might be judged morally licit or illicit.(8) Among persons that continued to sustain arrests in Manhattan, both licit and illicit substance use tended to persist throughout mid-life.(9) The Board noted with concern the continuing global disparities in the actual availability and the unjustifiable discrepancies in the consumption of important licit narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances in different regions.(10) The actual trade routes are another interesting difference between licit and illicit trade.(11) Printers themselves were expected to monitor the boundaries between licit and illicit content in their works.(12) Adherents generally do not distinguish between licit and illicit substances, but view all drugs as having potential for doing good or ill.(13) Observers wonder what is the difference between licit and illicit antiquities dealers, given how much of the material comes from sites.(14) In 1924 a United States law banning licit diamorphine was passed, but this was often ignored by local authorities.(15) In any case, comparison with licit drugs such as tobacco and alcohol hardly provides a model for legalisation.(16) It also indicates the close association at times between licit medicines and illicit drugs and the common terrain of human physiology.
1. legitimate ::
2. lawful ::
1. illegal ::
2. illicit ::
Different Formslicit, licitly
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