Having sufficient grounds for justification; possible to justify: justifiable resentment. (adjective)
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Use "justifiable" in a sentence
"The inclusion of the word "justifiable" is clever: it is not, of course, the Left view, but it encapsulates a farily common conservative accusation."
"“You know, what you refer to as cold-blooded murder, others term justifiable homicide.”"
"Further violations will result in justifiable allegations of anti-semitism. joejoejoe Says:"