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Definition of "justifiably" []

  • In a justifiable manner; with justification (adverb)

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Use "justifiably" in a sentence
  • "Garner's Modern American Usage says the word "might justifiably be treated as a skunked term," one that can't be relied upon to convey the intended meaning and is no longer of use."
  • "I believe these people dream of the day they have an excuse to shoot people 'justifiably'."
  • "Just like her two-decade climb up the Democratic ranks, Pelosi’s two years as House speaker have been marked by a style that might best be described as justifiably paranoid."
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