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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunjustifiableun‧just‧i‧fi‧a‧ble /ʌnˈdʒʌstəfaɪəbəl/ adjective  WRONG/UNJUSTIFIEDcompletely wrong and unacceptable Poisoning the Earth’s atmosphere is ecologically and morally unjustifiable.unjustifiably adverb
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unjustifiableMacarthy, the defence lawyer, found himself in the position of trying to defend the indefensible and justify the unjustifiable.Without having a particular reason, like Catholicism, he found it unjustifiable.unjustifiable accusationsBut, as this Court has recognized, discrimination may be so unjustifiable as to be violative of due process.unjustifiable delaysThe business constituency, on the other hand, views much regulation as an unjustifiable intrusion by the State.No one argues that the referral is wholly unjustifiable on clinical grounds.It is morally unjustifiable to punish a whole class for the actions of one or two of its members.
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