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warrantable

adjective war·rant·able \ˈwr-ən-tə-bəl, ˈwär-\

Definition of WARRANTABLE

:  capable of being warranted :  justifiable <take warrantable action>
war·rant·able·ness noun
war·rant·ably \-blē\ adverb

First Known Use of WARRANTABLE

1597

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