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  • adj. Alternative spelling of unlegalized.


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  • And this girl was French, not likely to lose her head, or accept any unlegalised position.

    Complete Project Gutenberg John Galsworthy Works

  • If she could only discredit that sister and show her to be guilty of woman's worst crime, misplaced, unlegalised affection, surely, she thought, Owen would reject her.


  • The Scots were more successful in secret and unlegalised trading with their kinsmen in the American colonies.

    A Short History of Scotland

  • But he hated lies -- legalised or unlegalised -- he could not tolerate them, and he died sooner than seem to tolerate them.

    The Reign of Mary Tudor


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