Impossible to excuse, pardon, or justify: took an unjustifiable risk. (adjective)
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Use "unjustifiable" in a sentence
"Japanese veterans' associations and tribal leaders in the Philippines wrote to the country's Commission on Indigenous People urging them to stop Kuentai from carrying out any further work, which they called "unjustifiable, profane and even socially evil"."
"Thank You President Obama for continuing to stand up for what is right for ALL people who are being criminally wronged with a system who has been allowing our officers to use their "personal" attitudes in unjustifiable ways that have simply been fueling the barriers of injustice in this country!"
"Cameron as he expressed his sorrow for what he described as the unjustifiable killings. ""