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The excusatory causes which are not real are such as are not grounded in what is just, although in the appearance of what is just.
The really excusatory causes are such as are grounded in what is just, n. 472, 473.
“You have a happy disposition,” said Barbox Brothers: perhaps with a slight excusatory touch for his own disposition.Mugby Junction|Charles Dickens
One sees a twinge of conscience in the clause in parentheses, as excusatory of themselves to posterity.Women of America|John Rouse Larus
To this petition Jupiter's answer was excusatory, that all the places and offices of his house were bestowed.Gargantua and Pantagruel, Complete.|Francois Rabelais