There was so much to tell, more than could ever be explained or justified.
It was for them to consider how far they were justified in complying with his request.
Why, she is justified in a way, in her own mind anyhow, I mean.
Every one must admit, I think, that what Tolstoi has said of the hypothesis of the play is justified.
Whether this decision was justified or not the reader shall decide.
But hadn't her intuition been justified, after all, by the very man she had seen tonight?
Doubtless you were justified in taking advantage of the open door.
The confidence of the soldiers in their leader was justified continually.
Thus was he justified of his temerity; the day was saved—that is, to-morrow was.
I have my little suspicions that madame is rather solicitous to be justified to herself.'