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Definition of illegitimate:

  1. Illegitimacy.
  2. Unlawful; born out of wedlock; illogical.
  3. To render illegitimate.
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Examples of usage for illegitimate:

  1. He could not give to me what he had not for himself, nor sometimes for the poor starving child whom I now suppose to have been his illegitimate daughter. –  by
  2. When Winny made that beefsteak pie for Ranny she had her first taste of fearful, delicious, illegitimate joy. –  by
  3. He told me that he was the illegitimate son of a baronet; that his father had made him an allowance to study art in London; that he had married his model, in opposition to the wishes of his father; that the baronet had thereupon thrown him over for good and all; that he had failed to make a living by his original art; that he had got an engagement with a great furnishing- house as a skilled painter; that he was earning four pounds a week in doing artistic work in rich men's houses and elsewhere; that he was now engaged in restoring some fifteenth- century frescoes in a parish church. –  by

Quotes for illegitimate:

  1. I refuse to admit that I am more than fifty -two, even if that does make my sons illegitimate.
  2. When the state or federal government control the education of all of our children, they have the dangerous and illegitimate monopoly to control and influence the thought process of our citizens.
  3. What innocence, may I ask, is being played here when it is known that this virtuous damsel has already got a dozen illegitimate children?
  4. What I always say is that we're the illegitimate children of Andy Kaufman and Jerry Lewis.
  5. What makes bebop legitimate is the fact that when it was done, it was illegitimate.

Rhymes for illegitimate:

  1. legitimate;
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