warrantable

[wawr-uhn-tuh-buhl, wor-]
adjective
1.
capable of being warranted.
2.
(of deer) of a legal age for hunting.

Origin:
1575–85; warrant + -able

nonwarrantable, adjective
nonwarrantably, adverb
unwarrantable, adjective
unwarrantably, adverb
unwarrantableness, noun
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unwarrantable (ʌnˈwɒrəntəbəl)
 
adj
incapable of vindication or justification
 
un'warrantableness
 
n
 
un'warrantably
 
adv

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Example sentences
Unwarrantable failure is a term that is used to connote gross negligence.
It was designated as an unwarrantable failure for that reason.
Provided for orders of withdrawal in cases of repeated unwarrantable failures to comply with standards.
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