|having no license, not permitted; not licensed, unsanctioned, without ethical inhibitions||unlicensed|
|(British slang) rugby, type of ball game, variety of football in which players must advance to the goal without passing the ball forward (kicking and backwards or lateral passes are permitted)||rugger|
|(British) license plate, car number, combination of numerals stamped into a metal plate which identifies the vehicle||numberplate|
|(Slang) resembling a sermon, resembling a religious lecture; of discussion of moral or ethical standards, giving advice in irritating way||preachy|
|(Sports) type of ball game, variety of football in which players must advance to the goal without passing the ball forward (kicking and backwards or lateral passes are permitted)||rugby|
|absence of moral inhibitions, immorality, licentiousness||libertinism|
|academic degree, person with a license, person with a permit; person with a degree from an academic institution, Presbyterian preacher, qualification of a licentiate, somebody authorized in a profession, somebody with a licentiate degree||licentiate|
|adult willing to do something permitted||consenting adult|
|against the law, unlawful, not allowed by law, against the rules, illegal immigrant, not permitted by computer||illegal|
|allow something, allow yourself something, document giving permission, let, enable; allow; authorize, sanction, license; written permission; authorization, make something possible||permit|
|allowed; licensed; legitimate, permitted||permissible|
|apparatus for smoking food, gathering of men, person or thing that smokes; smoking car, railroad car in which smoking is permitted; informal social gathering for men, railroad car designated for smoking, smoking compartment, somebody who smokes||smoker|
|appoint as envoy, certify; recognize; assign; license, provide with credentials; receive letter of accreditation from an envoy, give authority, give official recognition to somebody||accredit|
|approval, official license, official permit to publish a book; permit||imprimatur|
|authorization, sanction; justification; authority; license to search (a house, etc.); authorization to make an arrest; guarantee; license; voucher; empowerment, authorize, authorize; justify, entitle; empower; permit; sanction; vouch for, guarantee; pl...||warrant|
|authorize or prove something with certificate, confirm; authorize by certificate, license, document providing official evidence, document showing conformity to standard, document showing qualification, give certificate to somebody or something, officia...||certificate|
|authorized by a statute, permitted by law, legal; punishable according to a statute (Law), covered by statute, statutory||statutable|
|authorized by law, legal, legally valid, permitted by law; legitimate, permissible; living according to the law, obeying the law||lawful|
|authorized, allowed; having a permit or license||permitted|
|authorized, licensed, endorsed||certified|
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