unwarrantable

Part of speech: adjective

That can not be warranted; unjustifiable; indefensible.

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Usage examples "unwarrantable":

  1. The monopoly was also maintained by the English, after they assumed control here, but this most unwarrantable embargo has long since been abolished, and it is no longer a restricted article. - "The Pearl of India", Maturin M. Ballou.
  2. The order here adopted for the successive plays differs slightly from that observed in most editions; but as these latter do not agree amongst themselves, this small assumption of licence appears not unwarrantable. - "The Eleven Comedies", Aristophanes et al.
  3. To call dogma either divine in itself or evil in itself is to go to an unwarrantable extreme. - "Outlines of a Philosophy of Religion based on Psychology and History", Auguste Sabatier.