- (Of an action or statement) able to be authorized or sanctioned; justifiable: a warrantable assertionMore example sentences
- Sometimes their criticism is warrantable, sometimes not.
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- One camp insisted that Burke's writings were replete with outrage and warrantably so.
- He had a Shepherd whose wisdom and power were infinite, and might therefore warrantably conclude he should not want, and need not fear.
- Believers themselves may warrantably at times call their faith in question, but they may not warrantably suspend the exercise of their faith.