One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
With good reason.‘local people are justifiably concerned about development proposals for the area’‘his arguments can perhaps justifiably be labeled as oversimplification’
- ‘His performance has justifiably earned him an Academy Award nomination.’
- ‘We were very bummed, and a little bit mad - quite justifiably I'd say.’
- ‘The singer's 2001 debut was a remarkably assured collection and justifiably acclaimed.’
- ‘Justifiably, they were pleased with themselves at the end of the week.’
- ‘Some of you may be skeptical, and justifiably so.’
- ‘This led him to two long-term screenwriting collaborations that have been justifiably celebrated.’
- ‘Many people were justifiably outraged by the offensive ad.’
- ‘He's justifiably concerned at how easily a neo-Nazi party gained power in Austria a few years back.’
- ‘Argentina can justifiably claim to being one of beach soccer's pioneers.’
- ‘Whoever was responsible for organising traffic control should feel justifiably proud.’
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