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legitimate-adjective
being in compliance with the law; lawful (a legitimate business); being in accordance with established or accepted patterns and standards (legitimate advertising practices); based on logical reasoning; reasonable (a legitimate solution to the problem); authentic; genuine (a legitimate complaint); born of legally married parents (legitimate issue); of or relating to drama of high professional quality that excludes burlesque, vaudeville, and some forms of musical comedy (the legitimate theater)
legitimate, legitimated, legitimating, legitimates-transitive verbs
to make legitimate; make lawful; to demonstrate or declare to be justified
legitimately-adverb
legitimateness, legitimation, legitimator-noun

labyrinth-noun
an intricate structure of interconnecting passages through which it is difficult to find one's way; a maze

locale-noun
a place

lure-noun-(see also 'allure')
something that tempts or attracts with the promise of pleasure or reward; an attraction or appeal; a decoy used in catching animals, especially an artificial bait used in catching fish; a bunch of feathers attached to a long cord, used in falconry to recall the hawk
lure, lured, luring, lures-transitive verbs
to attract by wiles or temptation; entice; to recall (a falcon) with a lure
lurer-noun
luringly-adjective

lethal-adjective
capable of causing death; of, relating to, or causing death; fatal; extremely harmful; devastating (accusations lethal to the candidate's image)
lethality-noun
lethally-adjective

laureate-adjective
worthy of the greatest honor or distinction; crowned or decked with laurel as a mark of honor
laureate-noun
one honored or awarded a prize for great achievements especially in the arts or sciences (a Nobel laureate); a poet laureate
laureateship-noun

laurel-noun
a wreath of laurel conferred as a mark of honor in ancient times upon poets, heroes and victors in athletic contests; honor and glory won for great achievement; a shrub or tree, such as the mountain laurel, having a similar aroma or leaf shape
laurel, laureled also laurelled, laureling, laurelling, laurels-transitive verbs
to crown with laurel; to honor, especially with an award or a prize

liable-adjective
legally obligated; responsible; at risk of or subject to experiencing or suffering something unpleasant

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