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synonyms for contractual

  • constitutional
  • fair
  • juridical
  • lawful
  • legitimate
  • proper
  • statutory
  • valid
  • acknowledged
  • allowed
  • authorized
  • card-carrying
  • chartered
  • clean
  • condign
  • decreed
  • due
  • enforced
  • enforcible
  • forensic
  • granted
  • innocent
  • judged
  • judicial
  • just
  • justifiable
  • justified
  • legit
  • licit
  • on the level
  • on the up and up
  • ordained
  • passed
  • precedented
  • prescribed
  • protected
  • right
  • rightful
  • sanctioned
  • sound
  • straight
  • sure enough
  • warranted
  • within the law
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antonyms for contractual

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  • illegal
  • illegitimate
  • invalid
  • unacceptable
  • unlawful
  • illicit
  • wrong
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How to use contractual in a sentence

NEW YORK – One of the most visible LGBTQ journalists and MSNBC’s most popular primetime anchor, Rachel Maddow, has negotiated a new multi-year contractual deal with parent company NBCUniversal according to Business Insider magazine Sunday.
RACHEL MADDOW REACHES MULTI-YEAR DEAL, STAYS WITH MSNBCSTAFF REPORTSAUGUST 22, 2021WASHINGTON BLADE
Neither party would provide details to Digiday regarding just what it is that is holding up an actual signed contractual agreement.
FACEBOOK DELAYS ITS BRAND SAFETY AUDIT A YEAR AFTER AD BOYCOTT RAGEDKATE KAYEJULY 12, 2021DIGIDAY
Nike has said it fulfilled its contractual obligations, which until late 2019 included the right to cut athlete pay for any reason.
MOTHERHOOD COULD HAVE COST OLYMPIAN ALLYSON FELIX. SHE WOULDN'T LET ITSEAN GREGORYJULY 8, 2021TIME
In reality, our federation originated as a contractual agreement among 13 disparate and distrustful rebel colonies facing a common enemy.
THE YOUNG UNITED STATES’ MANIFEST UNCERTAINTYCOLIN WOODARDJUNE 25, 2021WASHINGTON POST
A cut in OT wouldn’t impact jobs or contractual obligations, while allowing us to start down a path of a more holistic approach to public safety.
THE BUDGET SHOULD FUND PUBLIC SAFETY BEYOND JUST POLICINGMONICA MONTGOMERY STEPPEJUNE 10, 2021VOICE OF SAN DIEGO
Living conditions were abysmal, beatings and contractual fraud were rampant, and death rates grew so high as to rival those of the genocide.
AS GERMANY ACKNOWLEDGES ITS COLONIAL-ERA GENOCIDE IN NAMIBIA, THE BRUTAL LEGACY OF DIAMOND MINING STILL NEEDS A RECKONINGSTEVEN PRESSJUNE 10, 2021TIME
Instead of moving more than 4,000 passengers an hour, the constrained system could limit the capacity to less than 1,000, exposing TBC to hefty penalties for missing contractual targets.
THE FINANCIAL PICKLE FACING ELON MUSK’S LAS VEGAS LOOP SYSTEMKIRSTEN KOROSECMAY 28, 2021TECHCRUNCH
Areas of specific concern include hidden marketing, aggressive advertising techniques targeted at children and certain contractual terms in TikTok’s policies that could be considered misleading and confusing for consumers, per the Commission.
EU TO REVIEW TIKTOK’S TOS AFTER CHILD SAFETY COMPLAINTSNATASHA LOMASMAY 28, 2021TECHCRUNCH
Quarterbacks, like all NFL players, lack contractual leverage.
AS AARON RODGERS SAGA SHOWS, KEEPING A FRANCHISE QB HAPPY IS ALMOST AS IMPORTANT AS FINDING ONEADAM KILGOREMAY 6, 2021WASHINGTON POST
There are a set of legal and contractual issues that one needs to go through with the companies.
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WORDS RELATED TO CONTRACTUAL

  • acknowledged
  • allowed
  • authorized
  • card-carrying
  • chartered
  • clean
  • condign
  • constitutional
  • contractual
  • decreed
  • due
  • enforced
  • enforcible
  • fair
  • forensic
  • granted
  • innocent
  • judged
  • judicial
  • juridical
  • just
  • justifiable
  • justified
  • lawful
  • legit
  • legitimate
  • licit
  • on the level
  • on the up and up
  • ordained
  • passed
  • precedented
  • prescribed
  • proper
  • protected
  • right
  • rightful
  • sanctioned
  • sound
  • statutory
  • straight
  • sure enough
  • valid
  • warranted
  • within the law
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.