improper, unconventional, unlawfuladjective
not conforming to legality, moral law, or social convention
"an unconventional marriage"; "improper banking practices"
contrary to or prohibited by or defiant of law
"unlawful measures"; "unlawful money"; "unlawful hunters"
not morally right or permissible
having no legally established claim
"the wrongful heir to the throne"
illegitimate, illicit, outlaw(a), outlawed, unlawfuladjective
contrary to or forbidden by law
"an illegitimate seizure of power"; "illicit trade"; "an outlaw strike"; "unlawful measures"
Prohibited; not permitted by law (either civil or criminal law; see illegal).
He was charged with unlawful use of a car.
not lawful; contrary to law
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
un-law′fōōl, adj. not lawful or permitted by law.—n. Unlaw′, lawlessness, any breach of law: an injury, injustice: a fine exacted from a transgressor of the law.—adv. Unlaw′fully.—n. Unlaw′fulness.
The numerical value of unlawful in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of unlawful in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
It does not help when there's a lack of clarity about what the federal government is willing to do for the families, when the news broke, it was not helpful because it sowed a lot of seeds of confusion about the willingness of the government to care for the families and atone for the past unlawful actions, the unlawful actions of the past administration.
It’s frustrating that it should still be a novel issue that posing in front of an artwork for a commercial product is unlawful, if anything, we should be strengthening legal protections for artists in order to encourage public artworks.
After receiving the request from Joliet's mayor and city officials, my office began a preliminary review of Joliet Police Department records and other information, it is clear that a formal investigation is needed to look at whether the department has engaged in patterns or practices of unlawful or unconstitutional policing.
The legislature overplayed its hand by using an unlawful process to accumulate more power for itself and override the will of the people.
Immunity means they can not be sued in court — even if Supreme Court agrees their action is unlawful.
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