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.