In Sherrod's case, as Breitbart later conceded, it was also unjustified.
But the hallmark of these betrayals is that they are impulsive and unjustified.
After resubmissions and appeals, they all eventually got paid, some with interest, because of the unjustified delays.
“I will not participate in this useless and unjustified polemic,” said Valls.
Cameron stood in the House of Commons and said that the events of the day were “unjustified and unjustifiable.”
Let us disregard this unjustified and unjustifiable insult and this completely erroneous historical comparison.
Both of these assumptions have since been shown to be unjustified.
This comes close to the assignment of marks of failure for penalizing purposes, which is unjustified and vicious.
The music-hall and theatre and unjustified fiction will have had their day.
The situation largely arises from an unjustified lack of confidence.
c.1300, "to administer justice;" late 14c., "to show (something) to be just or right," from Old French justifiier "submit to court proceedings" (12c.), from Latin iustificare "act justly toward, make just," from iustificus "dealing justly, righteous," from iustus "just" (see just (adj.)) + root of facere "to do" (see factitious). Of circumstances, "to afford justification," from 1630s. Meaning "to make exact" (now largely restricted to typesetting) is from 1550s. Related: Justified; justifying.