illicit

All Adjective Noun Verb
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  • The two began an illicit affair that would last at least three years.
  • He had his hands in every illicit activity since then.
  • During the early days of the war, there was illicit commerce across the river.
  • In fact they had illicit drugs on them and did not want to be found out.
  • But neither she nor Daniel can overcome their illicit love for one another.
  • They will give her inside information on the illicit diamond trade.
  • This has occurred because a large volume of illicit drugs come from Third-World countries.
  • More recently, the tower has been the scene of a number of illicit base jumps.
  • The word, over time, has come to refer to any illegal or illicit product.
  • Their illicit relationship serves to isolate them from their friends and from society at large.
  • She did this because she already had illicit relations with a soldier and had conceived by him.
  • Currently, the structure and operation of the illicit drug industry is described mainly in terms of an international division of labor.
  • I thought that since those things illicit strong reactions in people, they were somehow alive.
  • Several studies have been conducted using illicit LSD users and provide a less clear picture.
  • Due to his illicit connection with the prostitute, he lost all his good qualities.
  • After the 18th century, illicit relationships took on a more independent role.
  • Percentage of college students who have used specific illicit drugs in their entire lifetime.
  • Soon the two of them begin an illicit affair, behind Terry's back.
  • Armimex became infamous after the successful US operation against a big illicit arms deal.
  • Statistics about profits from the drug trade are largely unknown due to its illicit nature.
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Words starting with illicit

Meaning of illicit

  • adjective Contrary to accepted morality (especially sexual morality) or convention
    an illicit association with his secretary