Legitimately [adverb]

Definition of Legitimately:


Opposite/Antonyms of Legitimately:

Sentence/Example of Legitimately:

He asked for a $5,000 loan from them and told them that if he failed to start a legitimate organization within 6 to 9 months, he would return to college.

We do that, and if it is a legitimate call, they will leave a message.

A well-regulated supply of short-term rentals can address legitimate community concerns and simultaneously increase access to the coast and provide significant revenues for local communities.

The holder of the country’s highest office now baselessly disputes legitimate election results, espousers of baseless and dangerous conspiracy theories are elected to Congress, and fact-checking is a booming industry.

Part of being a good race caller is declining to call races when there’s legitimate uncertainty.

Several people are being held out and that’s a legitimate threat to the game.

It’s the reason playing “Valhalla” on the Series X feels like a legitimate new experience.

The Wisconsin GOP did not respond to a request for further details about the attack, but Hitt’s description suggests it’s likely the hackers took over the email accounts of legitimate vendors and tricked party officials into paying the invoices.

It’s frustrating because there are legitimate questions that are appropriate for an occasion like this.

It seemed to me like the program was actually on the verge of becoming real or legitimate given who was involved and how it was operating.