verb (used with object), le·gal·ized, le·gal·iz·ing.
Related formsle·gal·i·za·tion, nounun·le·gal·ized, adjective
Examples from the Web for legalised
For that to happen, production and distribution also need to be legalised.
But there should be no illusions: once legalised, that population will vote with its pocketbook, just like everybody else.
What was it, in fact, but his own accursed position, legalised!The Forsyte Saga, Complete|John Galsworthy
The priests recognised a tradition of pilgrimage which they could not check, and legalised it by a Christian legend.Naples Past and Present|Arthur H. Norway
He legalised polygamy, but limited it to four wives, and taught that women as well as men could enter paradise.
It is in the glorious columns of ascertained facts and legalised measures that beauty is to be found.Heart of the West|O. Henry
Thus, except as a legalised modification of individual Tippa Malku, Pirrauru is impossible, and its existence is unthinkable.The Secret of the Totem|Andrew Lang