legitim, lovlig, retmæssig
Verb(1) make legal(2) show or affirm to be just and legitimate(3) make (an illegitimate child, someone
Adjective(1) of marriages and offspring; recognized as lawful(2) based on known statements or events or conditions(3) in accordance with recognized or accepted standards or principles(4) authorized, sanctioned by, or in accordance with law
(1) Senior Hill sources acknowledged yesterday that the new rule's effect on legitimate charities was an unintended consequence.(2) ├ö├ç├┐What we don't want to do is criminalize legitimate behavior,├ö├ç├û she argued.(3) Well, on the one hand Turks have a legitimate need to defend their national dignity - and this includes being recognised as part of the West and Europe.(4) Prudie learned this approach as it is used in legitimate theater.(5) Three times married, he had five legitimate children by his first wife.(6) But perjury is not a legitimate tool of their trade.(7) Besides, my marriage to Angel means my son is a legitimate child, not a bastard.(8) They are laws because they are instructions given by a legitimate authority, not because they are backed up by force.(9) So although Henry is said to have acknowledged more than twenty bastards, he was survived by only one legitimate child, his daughter Matilda.(10) I do not understand what legitimate reason can have justified its coming into existence.(11) Since Charles II, James's brother, was unlikely to have further legitimate children, James's remarriage was imperative and a hunt for suitable partners began.(12) Miss Rose submitted that this passage demonstrated that public perception was a legitimate element of penal policy.(13) In this context it would mean that the legitimate concerns of the complainant that the alleged misconduct should be properly scrutinised by the professional body, would be ignored.(14) The only defender with a legitimate excuse is CB Ryan McNeil, who is playing with a soft cast on his fractured forearm.(15) The appellant had no other legitimate purpose for making the claim.(16) They think it's not legitimate theater, it's not reality.
(1) legitimate business :: lovlige forretninger
1. legal ::
2. rightful ::
3. valid ::
4. logical ::
5. lawful ::
6. legitimize ::
1. illegal ::
2. illicit ::
Different Formsillegitimate, legitimate, legitimated, legitimately, legitimates, legitimating
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