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Unlawful vs Forbidden - What's the difference?

unlawful | forbidden |


As adjectives the difference between unlawful and forbidden

is that unlawful is prohibited]]; not permitted by law (either [[civil law|civil or criminal law; see illegal) while forbidden is not allowed.

As a verb forbidden is

.

Unlawful vs Improper - What's the difference?

unlawful | improper |


As adjectives the difference between unlawful and improper

is that unlawful is prohibited]]; not permitted by law (either [[civil law|civil or criminal law; see illegal) while improper is unsuitable to needs or circumstances; inappropriate; inapt.

As a verb improper is

(obsolete|transitive) to appropriate; to limit.

Neutral vs Unlawful - What's the difference?

neutral | unlawful |


As a noun neutral

is neutral (the position of a set of gears in which power cannot be transmitted to the drive mechanism).

As an adjective unlawful is

prohibited]]; not permitted by law (either [[civil law|civil or criminal law; see illegal).

Unlawful vs Illegitimate - What's the difference?

unlawful | illegitimate |


As adjectives the difference between unlawful and illegitimate

is that unlawful is prohibited]]; not permitted by law (either [[civil law|civil or criminal law; see illegal) while illegitimate is illegal; against the law.

Unlawful vs Unlicensed - What's the difference?

unlawful | unlicensed |


As adjectives the difference between unlawful and unlicensed

is that unlawful is prohibited]]; not permitted by law (either [[civil law|civil or criminal law; see illegal) while unlicensed is not licensed; not officially authorized.

Unlawful vs Underhand - What's the difference?

unlawful | underhand | Related terms |

Unlawful is a related term of underhand.


As adjectives the difference between unlawful and underhand

is that unlawful is prohibited]]; not permitted by law (either [[civil law|civil or criminal law; see illegal) while underhand is secret; clandestine.

As an adverb underhand is

with an underhand movement.

Unlawful vs Unfair - What's the difference?

unlawful | unfair |


As adjectives the difference between unlawful and unfair

is that unlawful is prohibited]]; not permitted by law (either [[civil law|civil or criminal law; see illegal) while unfair is not fair, unjust.

Wrongly vs Unlawful - What's the difference?

wrongly | unlawful |


As an adverb wrongly

is in an unfair or immoral manner; unjustly.

As an adjective unlawful is

prohibited]]; not permitted by law (either [[civil law|civil or criminal law; see illegal).

Unlawful vs Shifty - What's the difference?

unlawful | shifty | Related terms |

Unlawful is a related term of shifty.


As adjectives the difference between unlawful and shifty

is that unlawful is prohibited]]; not permitted by law (either [[civil law|civil or criminal law; see illegal) while shifty is having the appearance of someone dishonest, criminal or unreliable; such as someone with shifty eyes .

Unlawful vs Deceptive - What's the difference?

unlawful | deceptive | Related terms |

Unlawful is a related term of deceptive.


As adjectives the difference between unlawful and deceptive

is that unlawful is prohibited]]; not permitted by law (either [[civil law|civil or criminal law; see illegal) while deceptive is .

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