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- another term for delegitimize
- ‘Third, they attempt to delegitimatize the insistent mythologies that other writers have perpetuated about the Center, such as mistaking its early teachers for missionaries.’
- ‘They've been trying very hard to create an alternative leadership to delegitimatize the President.’
- ‘Decontextualization effectively deflects attention away from this arbitrariness, reinforces the legitimacy of addiction model definitions, and delegitimatizes the smokers' definitions of smoking.’
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