Yet Page can justifiably point an accusing finger at his peers and predecessors.
As long as American women have the choice to arm themselves, and justifiably fear attack, they will purchase weapons.
Anyone who might attempt such an egregious act of discrimination would be justifiably sued within five seconds.
Crowley reigned the candidate in, and at one point told him firmly and justifiably to sit down.
She quickly transformed from background scene-filler to one of the main attractions, and justifiably so.
A man could justifiably kill an adulterer in the act with the man's wife, daughter, sister, or mother.
So far as that goes, one may justifiably answer by asking any one to try.
Nor can we justifiably withhold this on any ground, save our conviction that slavery is wrong.
"The lot of the backslider is justifiably awful," was Paul's rejoinder.
They had doubted, they said, whether they could justifiably declare the throne vacant.