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defensible capable of being defended or justified.
ethical morally justified; conforming to a set of moral principles, esp. of a profession or other group. [1/3 definitions]
fair1 just or justified, deserved. [1/12 definitions]
indefensible not capable of being morally justified; inexcusable. [1/3 definitions]
inexcusable unable to be excused or justified; unpardonable.
insupportable not capable of being defended or justified. [1/2 definitions]
justification the act of justifying or state of being justified. [1/2 definitions]
legitimate valid, justified, or deserved. [1/6 definitions]
Manifest Destiny the nineteenth century belief that justified American imperialistic expansion by asserting that it was the destiny and duty of the United States to expand its territory throughout North America.
respect to comply with or accept as right or justified. [1/7 definitions]
slender barely justified, doubtful, or weak. [1/4 definitions]
undue not proper or justified. [1/3 definitions]
unjustified combined form of justified.
unquestioned accepted as true, justified, or valid without consideration of any other possibility; authoritative, undisputed, or undoubted. [1/2 definitions]
vindicable able to be justified or vindicated.
zero-base having each budget expenditure justified on a basis of cost or need without consideration for the expenditures of a previous budget.