Definition of warrantably in English:

warrantably

adverb

  • See warrantable

    • ‘Believers themselves may warrantably at times call their faith in question, but they may not warrantably suspend the exercise of their faith.’
    • ‘He had a Shepherd whose wisdom and power were infinite, and might therefore warrantably conclude he should not want, and need not fear.’
    • ‘One camp insisted that Burke's writings were replete with outrage and warrantably so.’
    • ‘What one can warrantably say about this text, therefore, is simply that its properties and organisation provide for an equivocal reading.’
    • ‘We may warrantably suppose that after his release Paul sailed from Rome into Asia and took Crete by the way, and that there he left Titus ‘to set in order the things that were wanting.’’

Pronunciation

warrantably

/ˈwɒr(ə)ntəbli/