Definition of Legalists

1. Noun. (plural of legalist) ¹



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Definition of Legalists

1. legalist [n] - See also: legalist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Legalists

legal term
legal transfer
legalese
legaleses
legalisation
legalisations
legalise
legalised
legalises
legalising
legalism
legalisms
legalist
legalistic
legalistically
legalists (current term)
legalities
legality
legalizable
legalization
legalizations
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legalizer
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legally
legally binding
legalness

Literary usage of Legalists

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1. A History of Political Theories from Rousseau to Spencer by William Archibald Dunning (1920)
"The legalists In addition to the social, moral and economic doctrine that influenced the form of political theory in the sixties and the following decades, ..."

2. An essay on faith by Thomas Erskine (1822)
"first of the two classes that have been described, call the other legalists, or persons who depend on their own performances for acceptance with God. ..."

3. Philosophy and Civilization in the Middle Ages by Maurice Wulf (1922)
"And this brings us to our second question: In what does sovereignty consist? legalists and canonists and philosophers all agree in the reply. ..."

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