justification[ juhs-tuh-fi-key-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF justification
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He would at least himself stand amid no small amount of justification.
His justification would then be too conclusive to admit of question.
Who was delivered for our offences, and was raised again for our justification.
Here no voice was raised in its favor—no word of justification advanced in its behalf.
In his heart he knew there was justification for her indictment, truth in what she had said.
"That would be no justification if I wasn't in the right," said Turkey.
There could be no other justification for such an intrusion.
She had not seemed to think that fact, or any fact, necessary to her lover's justification.
Many reasons were assigned by railroad men in justification of their practices.
Much has been said in justification of this view of war from the biological point of view.