Definition of Legalizers
1. legalizer [n] - See also: legalizer
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Legalizers
Literary usage of Legalizers
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Medical Marijuana Referenda Movement in America: Hearing Before the edited by Bill McCollum (2001)
"Narrator "Why are the drug legalizers and liquor lobbyists trying to defeat ... Mo wonder the legalizers and the liquor lobby oppose Proposition 2OO. ..."
2. Hints and Reflections for Railway Travellers and Others, Or, A Journey to by Luke James Hansard (1843)
"One other branch of the professions remains for our notice, viz. that of the second grade of legalizers, the Solicitors; and the requirements which the ..."
3. First Principles and Perfection: Or, The Birth and Growth of a Christian by James Sanford Lamar, G. S. Lamar (1891)
"Such can but feel that the rules and regulations, the demands and prescriptions of legalizers and literalists — assuming to control and direct the details ..."
4. The Gospel Standard, Or, Feeble Christian's Support (1843)
"... and grace divine, delivered from the curse of the broken law, and also from any union in my soul to legalizers of gospel doctrine and gospel ordinances. ..."
5. Horae Hebraicae: An Attempt to Discover how the Argument of the Epistle to by George Montagu Manchester (1835)
"I am not speaking of the Law, as used by those legalizers, who, after the types of the Law had been fulfilled in Messiah, yet wished to continue under the ..."