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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishjustifiablejus‧ti‧fi‧a‧ble /ˈdʒʌstəfaɪəbəl/ AWL adjective  RIGHT/JUSTIFIEDactions, reactions, decisions etc that are justifiable are acceptable because they are done for good reasons justifiable angereconomically/commercially justifiable Are these experiments morally justifiable?justifiably adverb
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justifiableReed said the tax increases were not only justifiable, but unavoidable.Is football a justifiable expense when the college cannot afford enough English classes to meet students' needs?Can violence ever be a justifiable method of protest?economically/commercially justifiableThis enabled the banks to pull out on the grounds that involvement was not commercially justifiable.
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