Illegal [adjective]

Definition of Illegal:

against the law

Opposite/Antonyms of Illegal:

Sentence/Example of Illegal:

Record fires in the Pantanal region this summer are also linked to illegal land-clearing for agriculture, which doubled in the first half of the year, Federal University of Mato Grosso ecologist Leticia Couto Garcia told Unearthed.

The foundation supplies them with legal support as well as technological equipment and training so they can use smartphones, drones, and satellites to monitor illegal loggers and miners, and take action to stop them.

Right now in New York that’s illegal, but I think One Fair Wage has been pushing that fight, and I think maybe now, maybe the industry will be more open to something like that.

He projects that reliable clonal stocks could increase yields by 30 to 50 percent, drastically reducing the pressure for illegal forest clearing.

Despite the rise of streaming as the primary mode of music consumption globally, illegal music download sites have remained a major source for most users across Africa.

Going through all this trouble only to be told cocktails-to-go are once again illegal simply wouldn’t be worth it.

Chainalysis found that Eastern Europe was the only part of the world where a darknet marketplace, a hidden website offering illegal goods such as drugs for purchase with cryptocurrency, ranked among the top 10 highest-volume cryptocurrency services.

Bitcoin-fueled illegal activity does not account for most use of blockchains, but it does remain significant and continues to grow, according to Chainalysis.

It’s simply illegal to get paid by a private entity for any work done during the hours paid by the city.

Immanuel boasts draconic anti-LGBT policies that are illegal in 29 states and immoral everywhere.