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synonyms for permissibly

  • constitutionally
  • justly
  • lawfully
  • legitimately
  • admittedly
  • allowably
  • authorized
  • by law
  • conceded
  • enforcibly
  • juridically
  • licitly
  • rightfully
  • warranted

antonyms for permissibly

MOST RELEVANT
  • illegally
  • illicitly
  • unlawfully
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How to use permissibly in a sentence

He was tormented by a question he had been threshing out for days: Might he permissibly have sent her a Christmas present?
THE TRAIL OF THE HAWKSINCLAIR LEWIS
Permissibly we may suppose that his wife succeeded in gleaning from him few details of the fair.
DEAD SOULSNIKOLAI VASILIEVICH GOGOL
Hard it was too to subdue himself—to be always courteous, never more than permissibly ironical, to wait for his victory.
DOUBLE HARNESSANTHONY HOPE
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WORDS RELATED TO PERMISSIBLY

  • admittedly
  • allowably
  • authorized
  • by law
  • conceded
  • constitutionally
  • enforcibly
  • juridically
  • justly
  • lawfully
  • legitimately
  • licitly
  • permissibly
  • rightfully
  • warranted
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.