Unwarrantable Un*war"rant*a*ble, a. Not warrantable; indefensible; not vindicable; not justifiable; illegal; unjust; improper. -- {Un*war"rant*a*ble*ness}, n. -- {Un*war"rant*a*bly}, adv. [1913 Webster]

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