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unjustifiableness

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun The character of being unjustifiable.

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Examples

  • The unjustifiableness of certain laws was shown up with no uncertain pen by him.

    Memoir and Letters of Francis W. Newman

  • I had hoped that before this time he would have acknowledged to me the impropriety and unjustifiableness of his conduct and apologized for the insult.

    From Canal Boy to President

  • I had hoped that before this time he would have acknowledged to me the impropriety and unjustifiableness of his conduct and apologized for the insult.

    From Canal Boy to President Or the Boyhood and Manhood of James A. Garfield

  • In 1776, the celebrated Dr. Hopkins, then at the head of New England divines, published a pamphlet entitled, "An Address to the owners of negro slaves in the American colonies," from which the following is an extract: "The conviction of the unjustifiableness of this practice

    The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Omnibus

  • "The conviction of the unjustifiableness of this practice (slavery) has been _increasing_, and _greatly spreading of late_, and _many_ who have had slaves, have found themselves so unable to justify their own conduct in holding them in bondage, as to be induced to _set them at liberty_.

    The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Omnibus

  • "The conviction of the unjustifiableness of this practice (slavery) has been _increasing_, and _greatly spreading of late_, and _many_ who have had slaves, have found themselves so unable to justify their own conduct in holding them in bondage, as to be induced to _set them at liberty_.

    The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Part 1 of 4

  • In 1776, the celebrated Dr. Hopkins, then at the head of New England divines, published a pamphlet entitled, "An Address to the owners of negro slaves in the American colonies," from which the following is an extract: "The conviction of the unjustifiableness of this practice

    The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Part 1 of 4

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