justifier definition

  • noun:
    • One who, or what, warrants (some belief or action).
    • one that justifies; one who vindicates, aids, defends, or absolves.
    • One who warrants; one that vindicates, supports, defends, or upholds; in addition, one that pardons and absolves from shame and punishment.
    • In publishing: The workman whom makes of just length, and with only rooms between the words, the lines of type set by a type-setting machine.
    • An attachment to a type-setting machine which does immediately some or the work of reason.
    • In type-founding, the workman which suits up a suite of hits or unjustified matrices to be used on one mildew, making each and all only or uniform high on human anatomy, of also line concerning face, and of proper nearness to mated letters.
    • In publishing: The wooden wedge when used in old kinds of hand-press maintain collectively parts about to separate.
    • someone who argues to guard or justify some policy or institution

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