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- adv. conforming to the law; legally
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a lawful manner; in accordance with law; without violating law; legally: as, we may lawfully do what the laws do not forbid.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a manner acceptable to common custom
- adv. by law; conforming to the law
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There he would show some old letters of marque, swear that he was a privateer, and had captured the goods lawfully from the enemy, for the world was always at war in those days.
Both follow last year’s Grand Chamber ruling in Liga Portuguesa and hold that the Member States are allowed to restrict online gambling within their jurisdictions even when the would-be supplier of such services is doing so lawfully from a different Member State.
When any person puts himself both above and against the law, then the people are entitled lawfully to rise up - violently if necessary - to overthrow the tyrant, the self-proclaimed dictator.
She's a real legal immigrant who joined the American family lawfully, which is the definition of the word.
England and this country, aliens were not only politically disqualified, but they could not in their own name lawfully hold and sell real estate.
Yes, you wear your crown dishonestly but lawfully, which is a nice distinction.
State, or bills or coin lawfully used as money in this
I get it .... just the idea of lawfully armed people "infringes" on your rights, isn't that it SL10?
While IsoHunt has sued CRIA arguing that it is operating lawfully, that is not a statement of the law - only a court claim.
When a person lies to his "lawfully" wedded mate and 4 kids like some 4th grader about an affair, or another believes in the "end of days" while looking to get their hands on the nuke keys, you have to question their capacity to make rash decisions in office.