So he effectively brought [religion] back to legality in France. Like any private publisher, social media companies are allowed to edit, censor, or block content at will – whether in terms of legality, truth, political ideology, or taste. But they immediately took a step whose legality was not so clear. They got the loot with a demonstration of legality, as Hoff signed the partnership agreement and handed over the checks. IDF Military Advocate General: The legality of the training is enshrined in the principles of “belligerent occupation.” The legality of contracts concluded or to be performed on Sundays is generally determined by law. However, this lawsuit is less about concussions and more about the legality of informed consent. This fig leaf of legality must be removed, otherwise the violence will continue. It is common for Supreme Court nominees to refuse, either privately or in a public statement, to assess the legality of any cases they may have to decide. These sample phrases are automatically selected from various online information sources to reflect the current use of the word “legality”. The views expressed in the examples do not represent the views of Merriam-Webster or its editors.

Send us your feedback. The University of Louisiana turned into a nanny state and issued a campus smoking ban of dubious legality. Union members question the legality of the university`s actions. Regardless of the legality of sharing data with law enforcement, this is a breach of trust on the part of our communities. They question the legality of recent police raids. Finally, I still don`t know what to make of Google`s contextual content that questions the legality or legitimacy of companies in their search for navigation marks. Yet legality was important to Jerry Samet, who believed deeply in family and the end of life. Second, an extraordinary phenomenon such as murder cannot be measured by strict standards of legality.

There are doubts about the legality of the law, and it is difficult to say what the outcome will be. For citations that use this term, see quotes:legal. Find the answers online with Practical English Usage, your go-to guide to problems in English. From Dutch legaal (“legal”), from legal French, from Latin lēgālis. legal (relatively legal, most legal superlative). Find out which words work together and create more natural English with the Oxford Collocations Dictionary app. legal m or n (feminine singular legală, masculine plural legali, feminine and neuter plural legale) Borrowed from Latin lēgālis. Compare legacy duplicates. Borrowed from the Latin lēgālis (“legal”), from lēx (“law”). Duplicate of loyal and leal. legal (nominative masculine singular strong legal, not comparable) Join our community to access the latest language learning and assessment tips from Oxford University Press!.