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Spell check of justified

Correct spelling: justified

Synonyms:
reasonable, informed, explicated, full-page, solid, acknowledged, clarified, sober, described, hard, independent, objected, rational, legitimate, condign, accepted, levelheaded, competent, merited, defended, fair, pleaded, right, due, natural, alleged, refuted, rebutted, sensible, well-founded, expounded, answered, deserved, even, responded, font, reacted, commonsensical, retorted, echoed, unbiased, firm, rationalized, capitalize, begged, fair-minded, commonsensible, decent, copperplate, logical, dotted line, galley, reasoned, excused, accounted, commonsense, just, capitalise, bold, valid, rightful, format, returned, replied, denied, explained, warranted.

Antonyms:
inapposite, nonsensical, indefensible, unjustifiable, illogical, groundless, arbitrary, inapplicable, nonvalid, incoherent, misguided, unlawful, unequal, unreasonable, unfair, irrelative, illegitimate, inequitable, despotic, false, misled, incorrect, uneven, unmerited, uninformed, inappropriate, unjust, undue, partial, biased, unsuitable, unfounded, nonrational, flimsy, unreasoned, implausible, unsubstantiated, unsupported, improper, unconvincing, fallacious, unsound, undeserved, weak, invalid, irrational, inapt, unjustified, irrelevant, unwarranted.

Examples of usage:

1) Nasmyth admitted that it was pretty indeed, and his concurrence was justified. - "The Greater Power", Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton.

2) " That question, is a matter of conscience, my dear friend," she replied, carelessly, " which even up here a hundred feet above the every day world you are not justified in asking. - "The Dead Lake and Other Tales", Paul Heyse.

3) Give me a minute or two, and then if you think it justified you can be angry. - "A Prairie Courtship", Harold Bindloss.

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