IV. MORAL AFFECTIONS
1. Moral obligations
[Absence of right.] Undueness.
[Nouns] undueness; malum prohibitum; impropriety; illegality [more].
falseness; emptiness of title, invalidity of title; illegitimacy.
loss of right, disfranchisement, forfeiture.
usurpation, tort, violation, breach, encroachment, presumption, assumption, seizure; stretch, exaction, imposition, lion's share.
[Verbs] be undue; not be due [more].
infringe, encroach, trench on, exact; arrogate, arrogate to oneself; give an inch and take an ell; stretch a point, strain a point; usurp, violate, do violence to.
disfranchise, disentitle, disqualify; invalidate.
[Adjectives] undue; unlawful (illegal) [more]; unconstitutional; illicit; unauthorized, unwarranted, unallowed, unsanctioned, unjustified; unentitled, disentitled, unqualified, disqualified; unprivileged, unchartered.
illegitimate, bastard, spurious, false; usurped, tortious.
undeserved, unmerited, unearned; unfulfilled. forfeited, disfranchised.
improper; unmeet, unfit, unbefitting, unseemly; unbecoming, misbecoming; seemless; contra bonos mores; not the thing, out of the question, not to be thought of; preposterous, pretentious, would-be.