illegitimately[ adjective, noun il-i-jit-uh-mit; verb il-i-jit-uh-meyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF illegitimately
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ILLEGITIMATELY
In many ways the position of the illegitimately born child, always sufficiently bad, has been rendered worse under war conditions.
The English law has always looked with great disfavor on the illegitimately born child.
Every illegitimately born child would be placed in a position of safety.
That is not the case, unless we give the word disease an inconveniently and illegitimately wide extension.
If it cannot have representation legitimately, it will try to get it illegitimately or extra legitimately.
The will, which is illegitimately stretched to include feeling, is treated as the creator as well as the discerner of reality.
“Love” from any other source is illegitimately wearing a stolen name.
Should one happen to be illegitimately born, he is not eligible to a trade, though he even be holy.