Legit [adjective]

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Sentence/Example of Legit:

Magic Keyboard by AppleTurning the iPad into a legit laptop competitorTrying to balance most iPad keyboard cases on your lap is an uncomfortable experience—precariously propping up your pricey tablet in the airport waiting area is less than ideal.

Infusing comedy with her legit rhyme skills through her one-woman shows as RadhaMUSprime, Blank made more than a little noise in New York.

If we say Watson is a legit franchise QB, which I think we should, then that usually correlates to winning.

It is also a sign that Google trusts and believe your company as a legit business entity.

Now, personally, I would like to think that your definition is legit because I think it’s really important for economists to take human behavior into account.

Haec frumenta legit, si comperit; ordea spernit, T. finde ge, if she find: cleche for finde would restore the alliteration.

It isn't usual, you know, to graduate from a girlie show into the legit.

I wasn't half a day in the city when I found out that when it came to the real legit.

Non scribit, cujus carmina nemo legit—That man does not write whose verses no man reads.

Neque tamen non legit Scotum, ac Thomam aliosque hujus farin, si quando locus postulabat.