Synonyms & Antonyms : Justify


( Verb )

Nothing could justify your immodest behaviour in the dinner party.







Contextual Examples:

After examining all evidence, the judge absolved the accused of all charged.

The lawyer who defended the accused felt elated at the judgment.

The accused explained the circumstances of his involvement in detail.







Contextual Examples:

The government strongly condemned the extremists for their violent activities.

The opposition leaders accused the government of partiality towards notable politicians.

The judge censured the prosecution for illegal detention of the accused.

If you fail the exam you’ll only have yourself to blame.

The government denounced the opposition for open support to regional parochialism.

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