an unjustifiable restriction on their freedom
not able to be shown to be right or reasonable.
translation of 'unjustifiable'
Humankind crucifies the innocent, always finding reasons to do so, always justifying the 'unjustifiable' .
Some means might possibly be 'unjustifiable' by any ends.
Besides being a hugely 'unjustifiable' leap logically, it is also a ridiculously broad and sweeping statement.
Thousands are dying because of their 'unjustifiable' tactics.
Restrictions are simply 'unjustifiable' on liberal grounds.
‘If a two-day strike was unnecessary and 'unjustifiable' , then an eight-day strike is even more so,’ he said.
We do not accept that these matters constitute 'unjustifiable' restrictions.
It is unfair and 'unjustifiable' when the tax payers who pay for these utopian benefits are faced with worthless private pensions or no occupational pension at all.
Nevertheless it seems many people are trying to justify a do-nothing response to the attack which to me seems completely 'unjustifiable' .
And even when the violence of her male characters is 'unjustifiable' , it is at least comprehensible.
I grant that this is real, but the risk they are proposing to take is excessive and 'unjustifiable' .
I have been told by members of Bury Council that they will not accept the ownership or maintenance of the reservoirs; it would be onerous and an 'unjustifiable' use of council tax.
The government's position is simply 'unjustifiable' , on any grounds.
Is it because of a growing cynicism against anything the government tries to push through without proper consultation, or is it 'unjustifiable' paranoia on my part?
They tend to regard opposition to multiculturalism and attempts at assimilation as irrational prejudice or 'unjustifiable' ethnocentrism.
They are apparently the last to know people turned to downloading in large part because of the outrageous and 'unjustifiable' prices of CDs.
This plan (to travel around the world) is unnecessary and patently 'unjustifiable' in this time of economic crisis.
He said it is 'unjustifiable' that either an individual or a family earning between 138 and 250 per week fails to qualify for a medical card.
It was a ‘blatant, 'unjustifiable' waste of ratepayers' money to spend this much on lawyers ’, she said.
I continue to think it was a despicable, utterly 'unjustifiable' act, and even more so in the case of those others on the list who were merely accused.
Farmers must prevent this by negotiating hard on beef prices and so prevent the factories dropping their prices 'unjustifiably' .
I did not use the term ‘we have our suspicions’ which 'unjustifiably' implied this incident was repeatedly happening as a result of the actions of a known person or group of people.
Compulsory licensing allows a country to contract a third party to manufacture a patented product if there are good reasons to do so (for instance if the government considers the price of a medicine 'unjustifiably' high).
Inflation in house prices meant agents, who charge a percentage of the sale price, were earning 'unjustifiably' large sums, she said.
‘I suggest we have imposed an 'unjustifiably' hard burden on our young people,’ he explained.
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