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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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If for some reason it is, the roster circumstances surrounding it will de-legitimize the outcome.
At least eight Democratic senators have met with Barrett — in person or via phone — while a host of others have refused the courtesy sit-downs, saying they do not want to legitimize a confirmation process they say should not occur.
It can be a tool to push back against these systems, but equally it can be a tool to normalize or legitimize these systems.
We’re meeting maybe to legitimize that decision or for somebody to say that was a collective decision even though it wasn’t.
We’re meeting maybe to legitimize that decision or for somebody to say that that was a collective decision even though it wasn’t.
If the woman has won you round to legitimize the connection, first, I've a proper claim to see her marriage lines.
No easy-going doctrines, then, to legitimize vice, says Ozanam.
HOW FRANCE BUILT HER CATHEDRALSELIZABETH BOYLE O'REILLY
Except as a solemn, sacred rite, there was nothing in our marriage to legitimize our child.
A SPECKLED BIRDAUGUSTA J. EVANS WILSON
Victory would legitimize and confirm the authority of one, and make it supreme over the whole civilized world.
Again, after introduction to an unmarried lady at a dance, a man is required to properly legitimize the acquaintance.
A VISIT TO JAVAW. BASIL WORSFOLD

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