Examples from the Web for unjustifiably
While it was a very long process, it was not an unjustifiably long process.
A fortune's on the table when people are unjustifiably scared and told their only option is to buy gold and prepare for doomsday.
No longer could Netanyahu claim that the entire world is unjustifiably against Israel.
As for federal loans, they are offered at unjustifiably high interest rates—far above those at which the government borrows money.
Perhaps more disconcertingly, the defense complains that simply meeting with Manning is unjustifiably difficult.
But the townsite is not private property, although it has unjustifiably been so claimed from the first settlement of the Colony.Some Reminiscences of old Victoria|Edgar Fawcett
The expression struck me as unjustifiably strong, even when applied to a man who sang comic songs with a banjo accompaniment.The Argosy|Various
He was asking her what he had accused Lambert of unjustifiably wanting Betty to do.The Guarded Heights|Wadsworth Camp
The Melbourne people exult—and not unjustifiably—in the Melbourne Cup and on the spectacle presented at its running.Recollections|David Christie Murray
William sustained severe mortifications from the House of Commons, and was, indeed, unjustifiably oppressed.The Miscellaneous Writings and Speeches of Lord Macaulay, Vol. 2 (of 4)|Thomas Babington Macaulay
British Dictionary definitions for unjustifiably
Word Origin and History for unjustifiably
1520s, from Old French justifiable, from justifiier (see justify). Earlier in same sense was justificable (mid-15c.). Related: Justifiably (mid-15c.).