justifiably

[ juhs-tuh-fahy-uh-buh l, juhs-tuh-fahy- ]SEE DEFINITION OF justifiably
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The question now was, what action could be justifiably taken?

She wished to be justifiably annoyed by them, or him; but there was absolutely no cause.

So far as that goes, one may justifiably answer by asking any one to try.

So far as that goes, one may justifiably answer by asking anyone to try.

This contempt for English newspapers will be justifiably resented.

"The lot of the backslider is justifiably awful," was Paul's rejoinder.

And once again her husband might justifiably have demanded: 'What have I done this time?'

All adherents of the faculty theory admit that the benefit theory is justifiably applied in situations of this kind.

Given such a general attitude, then, to what philosophic form is it justifiably to be reduced?

He justifiably reckoned that he could distinguish between honest and dishonest advertising.

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