Illegitimate and Unfair

Illegitimate

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Illegitimate adjective – Born to a father and mother who are not married.
Unfair and illegitimate are semantically related in unlawful topic. In some cases you can use "Unfair" instead an adjective "Illegitimate".
Nearby Words: illegitimacy, illegitimately
Synonyms for Illegitimate

Unfair

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Unfair adjective – Not being in accordance with the rules or standards of what is fair in sport.
Illegitimate and unfair are semantically related in unlawful topic. Sometimes you can use "Illegitimate" instead an adjective "Unfair", if it concerns topics such as unsporting.
Nearby Words: unfairness, unfairly
Synonyms for Unfair

Things that words describes

woman illegitimate woman unfair woman
tactics illegitimate tactics unfair tactics
attacks illegitimate attacks unfair attacks

Both words in one sentence

  • While he suffers a large number of losses as well, it's usually made obvious that they are due to unfair stipulations or illegitimate tactics from his opponent.
  • Armor-Piercing Question After a flippant joke from Stan about the possibility of have illegitimate children, Peggy talked about the unfair double standard of women having to pay for a mistake while men can just walk away.
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