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go legit

To begin behaving honestly after previous involvement with nefarious or illegal activities. Yes, he got into a lot of trouble when he was a teenager, but he's gone legit now, I swear.
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go legit

begin to behave honestly after a period of illegal activity. informal
Legit was originally a late 19th-century theatrical abbreviation meaning ‘a legitimate actor’, that is, one who acts in ‘legitimate theatre’ (conventional or serious drama).
See also: go, legit

legit

(ləˈdʒɪt)
mod. honest; legal. (From legitimate.) If she’s not legit, I won’t work with her.
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Legit Dogs & Ice, which started as a food truck, has operated in Dream Hall about 18 months.
Such a prominent local push looks poised to ripple out beyond the District's borders, since the area's impact on the national legit scene has widened in recent years.
It can be observed that developing a network of legit followers and starting broadcasting spammy information, will eventually lead to blacklisting, which stand for more or less for "spammers using disposable twitter accounts for spam purposes".
The judge ruled, however, that it would be an undue hardship for the publisher to recall other titles with only a small image of Legit Bailer for advertising purposes.
Some are sold under the counter in pubs while other unscrupulous bar owners mix it with legit spirits to rake in a higher profit.
When the church went legit in the third century and purpose-built structures were erected for the gatherings, they were generally laid out east and west to maintain the customary unidirectional liturgy.
There are, of course, some legit parallels between dance and sports--the art of graceful movement, quickness, responsiveness, interaction, musicality.
The firm won the bid and with a price of about one half of legit firms.
Now Sony is scrambling to produce 100,000 each week before Christmas, claiming the shortage is legit and not a marketing ploy to create a Tickle-Me-Elmo-style feeding frenzy for the holidays.
and the sampling, but neither loss detracts from the popularity of his new recording, Too Legit To Quit (Capitol).
Legit checkpoints are properly marked in large signs, and are set up in well-lit spots.
In the program's segment 'Legit or Lie,' the actor said that he and Lustre managed to patch things up with the director.
In a chain of tweets, Khan challenged that whether Supreme Court (SC) probes or constitutes Joint Investigation Team (JIT) in his case, they will come to only one conclusion that he bought London flat from taxed legit cricket earnings in 1983, sold it in 2003 and brought funds back through legit banking channels.
If you get a call after that, tell them you're on the TPS and most legit companies scarper.
But as underscored by the recent movement on a couple of projects--including a developing stage version of "The Princess Bride" and a play adaptation of "Shakespeare in Love" gearing up for a 2014 West End bow--the company's legit slate is showing the kind of broad range that matches up philosophically with the increasing diversity of the larger Disney portfolio.