verb (used with object), de·le·git·i·mized, de·le·git·i·miz·ing.
Words nearby delegitimize
OTHER WORDS FROM delegitimizede·le·git·i·mi·za·tion, noun
Examples from the Web for delegitimize
Traduce him, delegitimize him—and slow economic recovery in hopes that voters will cast a protest vote for the GOP.The Obama Scandals Are Desperate Measures by the GOP|Robert Shrum|May 17, 2013|DAILY BEAST
But BDS aims not only to weaken the state, itself an immoral goal, but also to delegitimize its very existence.
And we have vigorously opposed efforts to delegitimize the Jewish State.Rabbis Sign Letter Opposing Settlement Construction|Sigal Samuel|December 20, 2012|DAILY BEAST
That would change overnight and Washington would almost certainly re-start a campaign to delegitimize the court around the world.
Having endured attempts to delegitimize us as Zionists, we should be careful not to delegitimize others.