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Synonyms for excusable

Synonyms for excusable

admitting of forgiveness or pardon

capable of being justified

Synonyms for excusable

capable of being overlooked


easily excused or forgiven

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After considering the arguments of both parties, we ruled that the delay in bringing the respondents for inquest proceedings was excusable because of the factually unique circumstances,' the DOJ said.
Nearly every lease, real estate contract or construction contract with a specific deadline contains a "force majeure" clause, which defines whether or not a given circumstance is an excusable delay.
production filmed in Havana in more than five decades--is based on an autobiographical screenplay by the late Denne Bart Petitderc, who was befriended by the legendary author in 1959, and witnessed Hemingway at his most charismatic and least excusable.
We plan to work well within our limit whether it is an excusable expense or not.
Therefore, what you did is explicable but not excusable.
The police claimed that E[currency]ahbaz did not target SarysE-lE-k directly and that the shooting was accidental, but E[currency]ahbaz was charged with exceeding the limits of self-defense in excusable circumstances.
In spite of his criticising the magazine's caricatures, the violence against "Charlie Hebdo" was by no means excusable, Schoenborn underlined.
Excusable Evil: An Analysis of Complete Defenses in International Criminal Law
This is excusable, however, given the sheer volume of information that must be conveyed.
Cth ra ca COFFEE and cakes are excusable this month - because they can raise vital cash to provide special care for people with cancer.
Leaving aside the validity of such a crass sweeping statement, Professor Wyn Jones should note that the tagging the word "casual" on to anti-semitism,homophobia, Islamophobia, or any other doctrine of hatred does not make it any more acceptable or excusable.
Not excusable, I know, but I sometimes read how it is quick to condemn on here without reading the full article on the subject.
Fletcher said cheating on a partner was almost never excusable, which is perhaps why more than 90 percent of the participants in the Daily telegraph survey said they would not forgive a cheating lover.
I hope that all metropolitans will attend the next meeting of the Holy Synod and that those who would be absent would provide excusable reasons for it.
The gross injustice of all this meant that Parliament in 1532 created a category of excusable homicide that included these cases where you were suddenly attacked and killed your attacker.