Illegitimate and Wrongful

Illegitimate

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Illegitimate adjective – Contrary to or forbidden by law.
Usage example: an illegitimate use of campaign contributions for personal expenses

Wrongful is a synonym for illegitimate in unlawful topic. In some cases you can use "Wrongful" instead an adjective "Illegitimate", when it comes to topics like crimes. popular alternative
Nearby Words: illegitimacy, illegitimately
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Wrongful

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Wrongful adjective – Contrary to or forbidden by law.
Usage example: charged with wrongful possession of narcotics

Illegitimate is a synonym for wrongful in unlawful topic. You can use "Illegitimate" instead an adjective "Wrongful", if it concerns topics such as evil, unjustified, crimes. popular alternative
Nearby Words: wrong, wrongly, wronging, wronged, wrongfully
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Things that words describes

birth illegitimate birth wrongful birth
heirs illegitimate heirs wrongful heirs

Both words in one sentence

  • Useful Notes / Louis XIV This naturally supplied several conspiracy theories, starting from Voltaire that he was the King's illegitimate brother and that Louis XIV was in-fact a usurper and The Wrongful Heir to the Throne.
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