unwarrantable


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Synonyms for unwarrantable

incapable of being justified or explained

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So solemn was it, so impressive, that the buzz and rattle of our motor-car seemed an unwarrantable intrusion, an indecent disregard of this reverent stillness which lay like a pall over and round the ruins of humanity.
Worse even than that, I took an unwarrantable advantage of my position.
He was redoubtable, not in virtue of his office, but because of his unwarrantable assump- tions.
My dear girl,' said Mr Chester, bending over her more affectionately still; 'whom I would call my daughter, but the Fates forbid, Edward seeks to break with you upon a false and most unwarrantable pretence.
Although I have long been anxious to tell you, in plain terms, what my opinion of you is, I should have let even this opportunity pass, in deference to my friend Perker's wishes, but for the unwarrantable tone you have assumed, and your insolent familiarity.
Section 29 of the Police Act says that a police officer who is guilty of any violation of any duty or wilful breach or neglect of any rule or regulation or lawful order made by a competent authority or offers any unwarrantable violence to any person in his or her custody, shall be liable to 3 months imprisonment, besides being proceeded against departmentally.
Section 29 of the Police Act says that a Police officer who is guilty of any violation of any duty of wilful breach or neglect of any rule or regulation or lawful order made by competent authority or offers any unwarrantable violence to any person in his custody, shall be liable to 3 months imprisonment, besides being proceeded against departmentally.
Section 29 of the Police Act says that a police officer who is guilty of any violation of any duty of willful breach or neglect of any rule or regulation or lawful order made by competent authority or offers any unwarrantable violence to any person in his custody, shall be liable to three months imprisonment, besides being proceeded against departmentally.
MSHA inspectors can't determine whether a violation is an unwarrantable failure or involves high negligence without considering knowledge and mitigating circumstances.
I have been placed most awkwardly by what I consider an unwarrantable haste on the part of the agents of Government and a total oblivion on their part of the situation I held towards Morosi, the Tambookies [Thembu], and Posuli.
We have warned them from time to time of attempts by their legislature to extend an unwarrantable jurisdiction over us.
52) The preamble of Georgia's 1837 law began: "AN ACT to guard and protect the citizens of this State, against the unwarrantable and too prevalent use of deadly weapons.
The King evidently now interprets the previous attempts at a cure as unwarrantable torture, an undesirable delaying of his inevitable doom.
The number of significant and substantial violations issued at those mines declined 66 percent, unwarrantable failure violations decreased 84 percent, total violations fell 42 percent, and the operator-reported rate of lost-time injures dropped 55 percent.