Definitions of "justification"
  1. The process of proving, or the condition of being proven, to be right or reasonable
  2. A reason or fact that supports a claim or action as being right or reasonable
  3. A valid defense in law, based on reasons that supported the defendant's actions as being allowable under the circumstances
How to use "justification" in a sentence
  1. The defense presented a strong justification for their client's actions during the trial.
  2. The deed did seem unusual, but there was a justification behind it that was revealed later on.
  3. Lack of proper justification can cause a plan to be viewed skeptically and even lead to legal consequences.

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