justify definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • to show or turn out to be simply, right, or valid: justified each financial expenditure as necessary; anger that's justified because of the conditions.
    • To declare free from fault; absolve.
    • To release (a person) of the shame and penalty attached to grievous sin. Used of Jesus.
    • Law To demonstrate enough appropriate basis for (an action taken).
    • Law To prove become skilled as a bondsman.
    • Printing to regulate the spacing within (lines in a document, for example), so that the outlines end evenly at a straight margin.
    • to show or show to-be just; to vindicate; to keep up or guard as conformable to legislation, appropriate, justice, propriety, or duty.
    • To pronounce free of shame or blame; to declare or convince have inked whatever is, right, proper, etc.; to absolve; to exonerate; to clear.
    • To treat like righteous and simply; to pardon; to exculpate; to absolve.
    • to show; to ratify; to ensure.
    • to help make also or real, as lines of type, by correct spacing; to align (text) within remaining (remaining justify) or right (correct justify) margins of a column or web page, or at both margins; to regulate, as type. See Justification, 4.
    • to demonstrate (one) to have had an adequate appropriate reason for an act that is made the main topic of a charge or accusation.
    • To be considered (one's self) as a surety by taking oath to the ownership of adequate home.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • Printing becoming adjusted in spacing to be able to end evenly during the margin.
    • To form an even area or real range with something different; to suit exactly.
    • To simply take oath into the ownership of property enough to qualify one's self as bail or surety.
  • verb:
    • to give you a suitable description for.
    • To be a, acceptable reason behind; warrant.
    • To arrange (text) on a page or some type of computer display in a way that the left and right ends of most outlines within paragraphs are lined up.
    • To absolve, and declare become without any blame or sin
    • show is reasonable or provide sufficient surface for
    • let off the hook
    • protect, explain, remove, or make excuses for by reasoning
    • adjust the spaces between words
    • tv show become right by providing justification or proof
  • others:
    • to show or show to be simply or conformable to reason, justice, duty, law, or propriety; vindicate; warrant; uphold.
    • To declare innocent or blameless; absolve; acquit; especially, to clear of the shame or punishment of sin; reconcile to Jesus.
    • to show (any one) to-be.
    • to help make precise; cause to suit or perhaps adapted, as the areas of a complex item; adjust, as lines or columns in printing.
    • to evaluate; pass judgment upon; for this reason, to penalize with demise; execute.
    • To agree; match; adjust exactly; form an even area or true range with something different: as, in printing, two lines of nonpareil and one of pica justify.

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