I believe you fairly and justifiably
claim to have a pretty good reputation in that line, isn't it so?
My solicitor, to whom I mentioned the matter, was of opinion that I might justifiably
pocket the seven hundred and fifty pounds as reward for my mother's benevolence in buying a presumably worthless picture from an obscure painter.
The livery horse was justifiably
reluctant to make that leap out and down the bank.
This raises the problem of VERIFIABILITY: are there any circumstances which can justifiably
give us an unusual degree of certainty that such and such a belief is true?
It has often occurred to me in the course of my medical practice, to doubt whether we can justifiably
infer--in cases of delirium-- that the loss of the faculty of speaking connectedly, implies of necessity the loss of the faculty of thinking connectedly as well.
But it's always the same, Maggie," said Tom, with the little frown he put on when he was about to be justifiably
I am justifiably
proud of their achievement of the Quality Mark for Early Years.
And three senior judges at London's Appeal Court rejected a sentence challenge by Croft, saying his punishment was "tough, but justifiably
You have to face the reality of how people are and how they justifiably
react to these situations.
The nation is justifiably
proud of the dedication and devotion to duty of all Infantry men the release added.
Looking forward to the Cartier Awards, which will justifiably
be a benefit for Sea The Stars.
THE pride Sir Bobby Robson justifiably
feels over raising pounds 500,000 for cancer research in just eight weeks, is as nothing compared to the pride the people of the North East have in him.