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Use "lawfull" in a sentence
"Therefore they call the lawfull use of Wives, want of Chastity, and Continence; and so make Marriage a Sin, or at least a thing so impure, and unclean, as to render a man unfit for the Altar."
"My intention is to re-enforce all “lawfull” contracts; ones not undertaken by force or fraud and not containing provesions prohibeted by the interests of the states in supporting public morals or order."
"May I suggest replacing “... the private health insurance of any person”, with “... any lawfull contractual obligations between persons, nor shall any persons be required to enter into any contractual obligation except by mutual consent of the parties envolved or in fullfillment of other obligations, freely undertaken”."