Justifiable [adjective]

Definition of Justifiable:

reasonable, well-founded

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Sentence/Example of Justifiable:

They’ll need to be eventually, and the selection committee will be challenged while dealing with a smaller set of scheduled games — to the point the dreaded “eye test” might be a justifiable evaluation method.

Another reason for the trend in male nudity has to do with justifiable criticism of the ways women have been sexually objectified on TV and in film.

These inequities have never been justifiable, and the fact that they align sharply with partisan politics makes them worse, not better.

It shows the legally justifiable amount it could charge developers is a flat fee of $6,596.

To make it so in fact, all means are justifiable; nay, advisable, even to the point of taking life.

The removal of a tyrant is not merely justifiable; it is the highest duty of every true revolutionist.

All weapons are justifiable in the noble struggle of the People against this terrible curse.

Except in the case of a spade declaration, cases in which redoubling is justifiable are very rare.

It was only after he learned that England and France were backing Russia that he considered the war justifiable.

That remark, if made on this particular occasion, would have been apparently justifiable.