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Spell check of justify

Correct spelling: justify

Synonyms:
unfreeze, maintain, prove, react, pardon, excuse, rid, make good, clear, deny, sustain, support, warrant, acknowledge, relieve, evidence, corroborate, liberate, unloosen, exculpate, unloose, disembarrass, apologize, substantiate, condemn, countenance, account, guarantee, account for, rationalise, acquit, clarify, authenticate, disengage, relinquish, begging, respond, return, occasion, answer for, favor, condone, loose, let off, advocate, apologise, rebut, plead, release, prune, right, beg, allege, verify, retort, explain, echo, dislodge, unblock, back, confirm, palliate, discharge, answer, resign, attest, bear out, cut, rationalize, convict, expound, exempt, refute, testify, brief, free, true, call for, vindicate, describe, defend, validate, shrive, reply, beg off, object, absolve, explicate, stand up for, uphold, give up, champion.

Antonyms:
controvert, recant, forsake, rebut, withdraw, blame, disprove, switch, refute, fault, reverse, abandon, abjure, retract, take back.

Examples of usage:

1) Their progress in intelligence may therefore be expected to increase their productivity so as to justify a shortening of their day of labour, and the leisure so acquired may be expected to be used so as to increase their intelligence. - "Contemporary Socialism", John Rae.

2) Here old Thompson looked hard at the floor until he had thought the matter over, when he said,- I have never found fault with the girl in my life; I have never had occasion to, and if she can justify what she has done I am content. - "The Mystery of the Locks", Edgar Watson Howe.

3) You don't like Mrs. Hunter, but does that justify you in saying what you have? - "A Prairie Courtship", Harold Bindloss.

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