unjustifiably

[ juhs-tuh-fahy-uh-buh l, juhs-tuh-fahy- ]SEE DEFINITION OF unjustifiably

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"I tell you she wanted to keep them," said Dale unjustifiably.

I must not reject the truth because another has unjustifiably adopted it.

To select truth as objective and error as "subjective" is, on this basis, an unjustifiably partial procedure.

He was asking her what he had accused Lambert of unjustifiably wanting Betty to do.

That afternoon, in our unjustifiably sanguine forecast, we had hopes of finding this particular bear.

Perhaps this self-condemnation was not quite reasonable, for Mrs. Codling provoked Wanless most unjustifiably.

Hume asserts it on the authority of Hall; and Hall has exaggerated the alleged facts most egregiously, and most unjustifiably.

William sustained severe mortifications from the House of Commons, and was, indeed, unjustifiably oppressed.

But the townsite is not private property, although it has unjustifiably been so claimed from the first settlement of the Colony.

I may have been wrong, or idly and unjustifiably curious, but I leaned over to hear what the lines might be.

WORD ORIGIN

1520s, from Old French justifiable, from justifiier (see justify). Earlier in same sense was justificable (mid-15c.). Related: Justifiably (mid-15c.).

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