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Perhaps this self-condemnation was not quite reasonable, for Mrs. Codling provoked Wanless most unjustifiably.
THE LIFE OF THOMAS WANLESS, PEASANTALEXANDER JOHNSTONE WILSON
I may have been wrong, or idly and unjustifiably curious, but I leaned over to hear what the lines might be.
BYRONRICHARD EDGCUMBE
And Buck Cowan himself came to feel quite unjustifiably a creator's pride in the car.
THE WRONG TWINHARRY LEON WILSON
"I tell you she wanted to keep them," said Dale unjustifiably.
A CHANGE OF AIRANTHONY HOPE
I must not reject the truth because another has unjustifiably adopted it.
ORMOND, VOLUME II (OF 3)CHARLES BROCKDEN BROWN
I am unjustifiably curious to know if Mr. Graves has given much labour and polishing to these fresh impetuous things.
The expression struck me as unjustifiably strong, even when applied to a man who sang comic songs with a banjo accompaniment.
THE ARGOSYVARIOUS
Let us suppose that Hawkins has behaved unjustifiably, and insulted you: is that an offence that never can be expiated?
CALEB WILLIAMSWILLIAM GODWIN
Then Silas went most unjustifiably into all manner of speculations, and your poor father had to pay everything.
UNCLE SILASJ. S. LEFANU
Some member of the family had been ill and I was tired and cross and feeling unjustifiably righteous.
A BOOK OF BRYN MAWR STORIESMARIAN T. MACINTOSH

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