Thesaurus / warrantable

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They can94 afford to do this on a scale which would not be warrantable for the individual dealer with a more restricted market.

From Paper-mill to PressroomWilliam Bond Wheelwright

Four or five hours are often spent by the most skilful harbourer in tracking a warrantable stag to his lair.

He had no fault to find with the captain for his decision against him, which seemed to be natural and warrantable.

Stand By The UnionOliver Optic

Until he was a hart of ten our text tells us he was not considered a chaseable or warrantable deer.

The Master of GameSecond Duke of York, Edward

To delay their publication did not, indeed, appear to be warrantable.

Unwarrantable, un-wor′an-ta-bl, adj. not warrantable or justifiable: improper.

Any one interfering with my intentions steps entirely beyond the line of just and warrantable procedure.

Belshazzar looked searchingly into the face of the high-priest, but he failed to find there more than a warrantable anxiety.

Istar of BabylonMargaret Horton Potter

Long-continued observation may be necessary before a positive opinion is warrantable.

Essentials of Diseases of the SkinHenry Weightman Stelwagon

"A warrantable deer," answered Rube, and each mused in silence for more than a minute.

KaterfeltoG. J. Whyte-Melville
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