Definition of "unlawfulness" [unlawfulness]

  • The state of being unlawful. (noun)
  • An unlawful act. (noun)

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Use "unlawfulness" in a sentence
  • "Like Hamdi, he's relenquished his U.S. citizenship by implication, and by his admissions while in the brig, he's established the "unlawfulness" and the "enemy combatant" status."
  • "Pius XII did warn in his speech of the "unlawfulness" of cosmetic surgery undertaken for"
  • "Rıdvan Kaya, the chairman of the Freedom Association (Özgür-Der), termed the council's decision "unlawfulness," and argued that it is a strong indication that the council prefers to make "ideological" decisions instead of "lawful" ones."