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- adv. In an illicit manner; illegally, immorally or inappropriately.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an illicit manner; unlawfully.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an illegal manner
- adv. in a manner disapproved or not allowed by custom
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Clenbuterol was banned by the European Union in 1996 but it is still administered illicitly by some cattle farmers.
One in four GIs admit to illicitly using narcotic medication during a 12-month period, according to a 2008 Pentagon health survey.
Going after his plane usage is silly and they have wasted more money on their "investigation" than total amount spent on the handful of hours they claim were illicitly used.
New York prosecutors accused Iran's largest shipping company of illicitly moving more than $60 million through bank accounts in violation of U.S. sanctions.
In 2007, the word of the year according to Australia's Macquarie Dictionary was "pod-slurping", a term for illicitly using a device such as an iPod to download data from someone else's computer.
Winfield later told investigators that Gibbs had illicitly acquired the pineapple-shaped grenades so that his "kill team" could stage attacks, and planted them on the cleric's corpse as part of a coverup.
Purchasing machine guns illicitly and illegally in bulk only helps to ensure that future murders go unsolved.
Campaigns fueled with illicitly filched funds derived from federal felonies are akin to a fencing operation.
Lieberman is suspected of illicitly receiving money and laundering it through shell companies.
Egypt's interim government issued subpoenas to the former leader and his sons over the weekend, compelling them to testify in court over claims that they illicitly acquired wealth and abused their power during Mubarak's three-decade reign over the Arab world's most populous nation.