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
While leech therapy might still occupy the murky area of pseudo-science, a growing body of evidence points to its legitimacy as a complementary treatment for certain illnesses.
In doing so, the Nunes Memo has directly attacked the legitimacy of the court.
The cussing happened in the same team meeting during which some players, reportedly including Isaiah Thomas, questioned the legitimacy of an illness that caused Kevin Love to miss the majority of Cleveland's loss to the Thunder last month.
Dalmy, as with Brinson, was accused of signing phony attorney opinion letters that falsely certified the legitimacy of what are known as pump-and-dump, penny-stock transactions.
Hemming refused a request to comment, but didn’t deny the legitimacy of the messages.
This hurts the legitimacy of the board and violates the law.
Kendrick Lamar reflects on lessons after Obama left office and was ironically replaced by a man who was a leading voice in the birther movement, which questioned Obama's birthplace and his legitimacy as President.
The secretive nation, currently ruled by dictator Kim Jong-Un, has long engaged in belligerent and sometimes violent behavior to deter other nations from attacking, and to prove the government’s legitimacy to its people.
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