adjective(well justified when postpositive)
  1. having been shown, proved, or validated satisfactorily

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How to use well-justified in a sentence

  • Mr. Duney, thus appealed to, nodded portentously, as though to indicate that his words were well justified.

    The Shrieking Pit | Arthur J. Rees
  • But the results well justified the method, or the method-lessness.

    Fifty Years of Golf | Horace G. Hutchinson
  • A new volume on the subject would thus seem to be well justified.

    The Oriental Rug | William D. Ellwanger
  • The people of Melbourne are fond of hearing their city commended, and their pride in it is certainly well justified.

    The Land of the Kangaroo | Thomas Wallace Knox
  • Our extreme distrust, to which the unfortunate Philippe nearly fell a victim, was only too well justified.