Rejustify



verb (used with object), justified, justifying.
1.
to show (an act, claim, statement, etc.) to be just or right:
The end does not always justify the means.
2.
to defend or uphold as warranted or well-grounded:
Don’t try to justify his rudeness.
3.
Theology. to declare innocent or guiltless; absolve; acquit.
4.
Printing.

to make (a line of type) a desired length by spacing the words and letters, especially so that full lines in a column have even margins both on the left and on the right.
to level and square (a strike).

verb (used without object), justified, justifying.
5.
Law.

to show a satisfactory reason or excuse for something done.
to qualify as bail or surety.

6.
Printing. (of a line of type) to fit exactly into a desired length.
verb (mainly transitive) -fies, -fying, -fied
1.
(often passive) to prove or see to be just or valid; vindicate: he was certainly justified in taking the money
2.
to show to be reasonable; warrant or substantiate: his behaviour justifies our suspicion
3.
to declare or show to be free from blame or guilt; absolve
4.
(law)

to show good reason in court for (some action taken)
to show adequate grounds for doing (that with which a person is charged): to justify a libel

5.
(also intransitive) (printing, computing) to adjust the spaces between words in (a line of type or data) so that it is of the required length or (of a line of type or data) to fit exactly
6.

(Protestant theol) to account or declare righteous by the imputation of Christ’s merits to the sinner
(RC theol) to change from sinfulness to righteousness by the transforming effects of grace

7.
(also intransitive) (law) to prove (a person) to have sufficient means to act as surety, etc, or (of a person) to qualify to provide bail or surety

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