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Adjective
/i(l)ˈlēgəl/,
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Contrary to or forbidden by law, esp. criminal law,
  1. Contrary to or forbidden by law, esp. criminal law
    • - illegal drugs
Noun
  1. An illegal immigrant


  1. prohibited by law or by official or accepted rules; "an illegal chess move"
  2. (illegally) in an illegal manner; "they dumped the waste illegally"
  3. Illegal is a 1955 American film noir directed by Lewis Allen. It stars Edward G. Robinson, Nina Foch, Hugh Marlowe and Jayne Mansfield.
  4. Illegal was a short-lived hip hop duo composed of Jamal Phillips and Malik Edwards that was signed to Rowdy Records. ...
  5. The Untold Truth is the only album by the group Illegal, which was released on August 24, 1993, on Rowdy/Arista/BMG Records and featured production from Lord Finesse, Diamond D, Biz Markie, and Erick Sermon. ...
  6. "Illegal" is the third and last single released from Shakira's second English language studio album, Oral Fixation Vol. 2 (2005). It features celebrated Mexican guitarist Carlos Santana. The song was released right after the massive worldwide success of "Hips Don't Lie". ...
  7. An illegal immigrant; Contrary to or forbidden by law, especially criminal law; Not permitted by rules; Totally fictitious, and often issued on behalf of a non-existent territory or country; Being an illegal immigrant; residing in a country illegally
  8. (illegally) In a manner contrary to law
  9. In violation of an existing law.
  10. Doing something against the rules that is cause for disqualification.
  11. LEGO building techniques that break the “rules” for connections between LEGO elements used by official LEGO set designers — particularly connections that stress the LEGO elements. For example, inserting a plate between the studs on a brick.
  12. hold: Some types of holds or techniques are illegal in wrestling. Wrestlers who use an illegal maneuver are penalized a point. ...
  13. [BSG] For a while, official Honeywell Multics documentation policy tried to make the use of the term illegal illegal -- if an opcode or command was "not recognized as valid" in a certain circumstance or ever but still lawful in Massachusetts and Arizona, it was invalid, but not illegal.
  14. a Soviet citizen who after long and meticulous training takes the identity of a foreigner and goes to work in another country with a false passport and other documents (in contrast to a spy working under the Soviet of diplomatic status; diplomatic passport offers protection from arrest)
  15. A code construct is illegal if it does not conform to the D language specification. This may be true even if the compiler or runtime fails to detect the error.
  16. this term is similarly problematic, because it transfers the illegality from the status to the person. Its use has provoked as a response the slogan “no one is illegal.”
  17. Something that is against a specific law such as those found in the Criminal Code of Canada.
  18. Against or not authorized by the law. Also called illicit or unlawful.
  19. A KGB operative infiltrated into a target country and operating without the protection of diplomatic immunity.
  20. Feeling guilty about something / Adopting a nonconformist attitude; feeling above the law
  21. non-white individuals who come from other countries to feed off of republican generosity (see oxymoron).
  22. means any act or acts which are capable of breaching the laws of England and Wales;
  23. DH [1] and NDH [B], POs ><, FOs up, strike palms and separate forcefully.
  24. That which is against law
  25. 1) adj. in violation of statute, regulation or ordinance, which may be criminal or merely not in conformity. Thus, an armed robbery is illegal, and so is an access road which is narrower than the county allows, but the violation is not criminal. ...