illegitimate

[ adjective, noun il-i-jit-uh-mit; verb il-i-jit-uh-meyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF illegitimate
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Who he is no one exactly knows; some say an illegitimate son of Beckendorff.

The fate of illegitimate children who are "farmed out" is still worse.

Girls who have illegitimate children often lose their situations and their honor.

I am haunted by the thought of that illegitimate child of my husband's.

The Latin is illegitimate; and he infers that, therefore, the English is the same.

He had been content to take Percy, nameless and illegitimate.

In Spain the illegitimate birth-rate is the highest of any country in Europe.

In general, the illegitimate rate is twice as great as the legitimate.

About 50,000 illegitimate children are born yearly in the United Kingdom.

I am not barren, I am not illegitimate, nor come of a low race.

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