Examples of legitimacy in a Sentence
the legitimacy of the military dictatorship was not recognized by most other nations
Recent Examples of legitimacy from the Web
The couple has reportedly reunited, but the debate over the legitimacy of their breakup rages on.
Because somehow the legitimacy of law enforcement is going to be put into question, that puts you in a pretty dangerous territory.
The two meetings held Thursday were sought by Trump's GOP allies in Congress and arranged by the White House, as the president has tried to sow suspicions about the legitimacy of the FBI investigation.
Boycotters say Mr Falcón is giving legitimacy to a fraudulent election and undermining international condemnation of it.
Doubts about the legitimacy of psychological and emotional distress are far from new.
Two years ago, at the height of the migration crisis, their organization led a campaign precisely about the legitimacy of fear.
The moment came later on in the interview, when Cooper asked Daniels and her lawyer, Michael Avenatti, about the legitimacy of her nondisclosure agreement.
Then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton raised questions about the legitimacy of the 2012 Russian race, which Putin took personally and has never forgiven.
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