being beyond the province or authority of law: There were only extralegal recourses for their grievances.
- ex·tra·le·gal·ly, adverb
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How to use extralegal in a sentence
Mourning a friend who died a year earlier, the group attempts to finance a move to California through various extralegal schemes that bring them into unwitting conflict with other local posses.73 Great Things We Read, Listened to or Watched This Year | TIME Staff | December 27, 2021 | Time
Amy, the actress with deep connections in the industry, has seen actors get what they need through “friendly” doctors and extralegal means.
The other front is outside the bounds of constitutional and democratic competition and into the realm of illegal or extralegal efforts to undermine the electoral process.
Still mourning a friend who died a year earlier, the ad-hoc gang is saving to finance a move to California through various extralegal schemes whose immediate effect is to bring them into unwitting conflict with other local posses.The 5 Best New TV Shows Our Critic Watched in August 2021 | Judy Berman | August 31, 2021 | Time
The government maintained its power for a time through extralegal acts, setting aside election results it did not like.The French Revolution offers a critical lesson as the U.S. returns to normal | Christine Adams | May 7, 2021 | Washington Post