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Spell check of justified

Correct spelling: justified

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.

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.