Examples of illegitimacy in a Sentence
she had learned of her illegitimacy while rummaging through old family records in the attic
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Almost 30 years ago, in a stinging and solitary dissent about the illegitimacy of the independent counsel law, Justice Antonin Scalia noted the Constitution vests all executive authority in the president.
Her parents were frantic dissemblers who struggled to conceal scandals of illegitimacy, abandonment and institutionalization.
Unwanted pregnancies among the black poor typically result in illegitimacy.
That fear of one man’s courage testifies to the illegitimacy of their power.
His confirmation process will have the whiff of illegitimacy, which Democrats will attempt to use to keep him off the court.
At the time of writing, over 168 charges have been outright dismissed by prosecutors before even attempting to extract pleas or go to trial, evidencing the illegitimacy of these charges in the first place.
They weren’t only aligned on Obama’s illegitimacy, Arpaio said.
Every reminder that a stench of illegitimacy hovers over Trump’s administration has the capacity to unglue him.
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