- adj.有正当理由的，合理的; 事出有因的;
- v.调整; 证明…有道理( justify的过去式和过去分词);
She felt fully justified in asking for her money back.
The magistrates granted that the charity was justified in bringing the action.
Ministers agreed that this decision was fully justified by economic conditions.
A degree of cautious optimism is justified.
Mr Dunn's pleas of poverty are only partly justified.
He's absolutely justified in resigning. He was treated shamefully.
It is questionable whether the expenditure on this project is really justified.
His elevation to sainthood is entirely justified.
Nothing other than an immediate custodial sentence could be justified.
Only time will tell whether Broughton's optimism is justified.
Doubtless he was justified in some of his criticism of the media.
The financial rewards justified the expenditure of effort.
This sort of increase simply cannot be justified.
In my opinion, the decision was wholly justified.
There are reasons to doubt that a second trial is morally, legally or politically justified.
Mr Simon said he was not against taxes as such, "but I do object when taxation is justified on spurious or dishonest grounds," he says.
As a footnote, I should add that there was one point on which his bravado was more than justified.
The journalists would be much better employed in trying to explain to us how the astronomical legal costs of the cases can be justified.
He was justified in some of his condemnatory outbursts.
James Joyce justified his use of "obscenity" on the grounds that it was a natural part of life.
The prisoner has certainly justified his claims by his actions.
His pride in his achievements is justified.
If you found someone loitering at the back of your house after dark, you might feel justified in bringing charges against him.
The boy justified himself by saying he did not begin the fight.
Can her actions be morally justified?
她的行为合乎道德原则 吗 ?
But isn't this rare event one when the extra time required is easily justified?
但是仅仅因为需要额外的时间,这种不多见的情况就不正当了 吗 ?
There is considerable and justified concern that the United States is falling behind much of the rest of the developed world in these essential disciplines.
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