Approved and Legitimate


Approved adjective - Established by authority; given authoritative approval.
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Legitimate and approved are semantically related In some cases you can use "Legitimate" instead an adjective "Approved".

Nearby Words: approval, approbation, approving, approvement


Legitimate adjective - Permitted by law.

Approved and legitimate are semantically related in legal topic. Sometimes you can use "Approved" instead an adjective "Legitimate", if it concerns topics such as rightful.

Both words in one sentence

  • Ironically, his mobster bosses would not have approved of this scheme because they were making way more money from legitimate gambling and this type of petty scheme risked unwanted police attention.
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