Unwarrantable in a sentence

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Definition of Unwarrantable

  • Not warrantable; indefensible; not vindicable; not justifiable; illegal; unjust; improper.

How to use unwarrantable in a sentence. Unwarrantable pronunciation.

Emmeline, angered by this unwarrantable treatment, determined to hold aloof, and let the girl do as she would.
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The feeble mother was most sensitively anxious lest her daughter should pursue some unwarrantable course which should lead to relapse.
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He therefore argued against the removal of deposits as an unwarrantable assumption of power on the part of the President, which could not be constitutionally exercised; here he agreed with his great rivals, while he was more moderate than they in his language.
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So Ester sat and toyed with hers, and came to the very unwarrantable conclusion that what her uncle offered for her entertainment it must be proper for her to take!
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My mother and I enjoy excellent health at present, so you need have no anxiety as regards our choice of physicians, although it is but natural that you should feel nervous, perhaps; but you will pardon me for saying that I consider your interference with my affairs unwarrantable and uncalled for.
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You think I jumped at unwarrantable conclusions, and used some unnecessarily sharp words.
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The feeling is an instinctive one, belonging to the noblest aspirations of our human nature; and hence we find Christian masonic writers indulging in it almost to an unwarrantable excess, and by the extent of their sectarian interpretations materially affecting the cosmopolitan character of the institution.
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The object of this event, as pointed out by _Calvin_, viz., that God intended to give to all coming ages, in the person of Noah, a warning and an exhortation to temperance, would likewise be frustrated by this unwarrantable apology.
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And although during his whole lifetime he should have peaceable possession thereof, yet if what hath been so acquired moulder away in the hands of his heirs, the same opprobry, scandal, and imputation will be charged upon the defunct, and his memory remain accursed for his unjust and unwarrantable conquest; Juxta illud, de male quaesitis vix gaudet tertius haeres.
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I should not, to my thinking, go thither willingly, for that it seems to me a thing unwarrantable, and altogether forbidden in the law of Moses.
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Motives of philanthropy may be assigned for this unwarrantable interference, and weak men may persuade themselves for a moment that they are laboring in the cause of humanity and asserting the rights of the human race; but everyone, upon sober reflection, will see that nothing but mischief can come from these improper assaults upon the feelings and rights of others.
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Somehow for the moment Eugene forgot Dorothy's marriage, and Burr and his bitter jealousy, for suddenly a strange and unwarrantable sense of possession came over him.
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She understood my expression, and looked up at father; they both smiled, and I was vexed with him for his unwarrantable familiarity.
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She felt that she too ought to be theatrical, that she ought nobly to scorn his infamous suggestion, his unwarrantable attack.
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Sometimes these difficulties result at last in an open rupture; at other times in only a slight and temporary misunderstanding, arising from what the teacher calls an unwise and unwarrantable interference on the part of the committee or the trustees in the arrangements of the school.
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I had snatched off my cap and stood waiting beside the canoe, feeling, I must admit, a trifle guilty at being caught in the unwarrantable inspection of another person’s property—particularly a person so wholly pleasing to the eye.
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This is unwarrantable and infamous!
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They met to try Pio Pico for contempt of government and annoying insistence in behalf of his pet project to remove the capital from Monterey to Los Angeles; Jose Antonio Carillo and Reinaldo Iturbi y Moncada for conspiracy; and General Vallejo for evil disposition and unwarrantable comments upon the policy of the administration.
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And the Eastern Christians thought the pope was usurping unwarrantable prerogatives, while the Western Christians accused the Oriental patriarchs of departing from their earlier loyalty to the pope and destroying the unity of Christendom.
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Stout Aunt Pen, dignified even in her sleep, was a "model of deportment" to the rising generation; but the student of human nature found a more attractive subject in her companion, the girl with an apple-blossom face and merry brown eyes, who sat smiling into her book, never heeding that her bonnet was awry, and the wind taking unwarrantable liberties with her ribbons and her hair.
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Examples of Unwarrantable

Example #1
Miss Derrick was of full age, and quite capable of taking care of herself, or at all events ought to be.
Example #2
She flung out of the room and flew upstairs.
Example #3
Miss Jordan's health steadily improved, but it was several months before a cough entirely left her.
Example #4
She progressed in health rapidly, and on the second Sunday after the healing came she attended church.
Example #5
He made war on measures rather than on men personally, regarding the latter as of temporary importance, of passing interest.
Example #6
In pointing out the dangers, he spoke with great power and astuteness, for he was always on the look-out for breakers.