[ UK /lˌiːɡəla‍ɪzˈe‍ɪʃən/ ]
  1. the act of making lawful
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How To Use legalisation In A Sentence

  • I'm a left-wing libertarian myself, and I agree with you entirely on the subject of drug legalization.
  • Individuals who consumed more crack, cocaine, heroin, speedball, and/or methamphetamines were more likely to support the legalization of marijuana, cocaine, and heroin.
  • But Roger Salazar, a political consultant who has been directing the effort to defeat the proposal, said that Mr. Holder's statement should reinforce deep concerns about the initiative, including the way it was drafted and what he called inflated claims by its backers of what legalization might do. NYT > Home Page
  • If women with arrest records are categorically unworthy of trust, wouldn't that apply to those Melissa Farley cites as wanting prostitution to remain criminalized as well as those who argue for legalization? Monica Shores: Prostitution "Experts" Versus Prostitutes: Why Don't All Sex Workers Deserve a Voice?
  • Legalisation means that activities are made legal and are no longer regulated in any way.
  • Obama says people who are here illegally should be given what he calls pathway to legalization. CNN Transcript Jun 27, 2008
  • Do those campaigning for the legalisation of cannabis automatically condone heroin use?
  • If they were bold enough to take on the legalisation of cannabis they would leapfrog beyond political triangulation.
  • Prior to the legalisation of lifting, the lineout was a jungle, and a prime opportunity for forwards to leather each other without the referee ever being able to see.
  • I don't favor the legalization of drugs.
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