Definition of "excusable"
  1. Pertaining to a valid reason or justification to be forgiven or exempted
How to use "excusable" in a sentence
  1. Given the circumstances, his delay in filing the documents was considered excusable by the judge.
  2. The defendant's behaviour, while inappropriate, was deemed excusable due to her mental health condition.
  3. Although he didn't complete the task on time, he had an excusable reason which was accepted by the court.

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