Did he come out and say that if I had an illegitimate child with a white woman, he might have looked like Chris Lane?
Germany is not illegitimate because its immigration policy favors members of a dominant ethnic group.
The man on trial had taken the identity of the illegitimate wartime son of a Dutch mother and a German soldier.
You should be so proud of yourself working for an illegitimate rag like the Daily Beast.
That, he claims, is an illegitimate way of exposing someone.
The common law deemed all children to be illegitimate who had been born before marriage.
By what means, then, did illegitimate unions ever become sterile?
The illegitimate child has, in such cases, all the rights of children born in wedlock.
She is the illegitimate daughter of a brother of the late Sir Reginald's.
The present state of social morality is mirrored in the number of illegitimate offsprings.
1530s, "born out of wedlock," formed in English (and replacing earlier illegitime, c.1500), modeled on Latin illegitimus "not legitimate" (see il- + legitimate). Sense of "unauthorized, unwarranted" is from 1640s. Phrase illegitimi non carborundum, usually "translated" as "don't let the bastards grind you down," is fake Latin (by 1965, said to date from c.1939) (Carborundum was a brand of abrasives).