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Definition of "justified" []

  • Having a justification. (adjective)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of justify. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "justified" in a sentence
  • "For example, if you follow Locke in thinking we have such a duty, then you will be inclined to transfer the term justified 'from the believer to the believed, and speak, as in fact we do speak, of a proposition's being justified, or justified for someone, meaning that the person in question has a good bit of evidence for the proposition in question."
  • "For Kate, it seems like in particular there is few comments one about two thirds of increases what we call a justified and really good increase."
  • "Recall that, in justified self-defense or defense of others, the intent cannot be to kill the aggressor, but rather to stop the attack."
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