legalize

[ lee-guh-lahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF legalize

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Suppose, for instance, England should legalize slaving, again.

A final effort to legalize slavery in Nova Scotia was made in 1808.

Suppose we were to legalize these contracts and permit the establishment of monopolies.

If the Legislature had the right to legalize it, they had the right to reject it.

But by what steps should he proceed, to legalize the course he proposed?

Of course it did not legalize it in the North American colonies.

The geographical jurisdiction will, in all cases, legalize the proceedings.

A Bill introduced in 1924 into the Senate to legalize sterilization of mental defectives, &c., was rejected.

She only had to refuse to legalize their marriage, to part from him for ever, and all would be well with him thenceforward.

We are always making God our accomplice, that so we may legalize our own iniquities.

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