nonlegal

Legal vs Nonlegal - What's the difference?

legal | nonlegal |


As adjectives the difference between legal and nonlegal

is that legal is legal, lawful while nonlegal is not law-related; not related to the practice of law.

Nonlegal vs Extralegal - What's the difference?

nonlegal | extralegal |


As adjectives the difference between nonlegal and extralegal

is that nonlegal is not law-related; not related to the practice of law while extralegal is occurring outside the law; not governed by law; lawless.

Nonlegal - What does it mean?

nonlegal | |

Illegal vs Nonlegal - What's the difference?

illegal | nonlegal |

Illegal is a see also of nonlegal.


As adjectives the difference between illegal and nonlegal

is that illegal is contrary to or forbidden by law, especially criminal law while nonlegal is not law-related; not related to the practice of law.

As a noun illegal

is (colloquial|offensive) an illegal immigrant.

Practice vs Nonlegal - What's the difference?

practice | nonlegal |


As a noun practice

is repetition of an activity to improve skill.

As a verb practice

is (us) to repeat (an activity) as a way of improving one's skill in that activity.

As an adjective nonlegal is

not law-related; not related to the practice of law.

Law vs Nonlegal - What's the difference?

law | nonlegal |


As a noun law

is (lb) the body of rules and standards issued by a government, or to be applied by courts and similar authorities or law can be (obsolete) a tumulus of stones.

As an interjection law

is (dated) an exclamation of mild surprise; lawks.

As an adjective nonlegal is

not law-related; not related to the practice of law.