Imaginary and Justifiable


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Imaginary adjective – Not real and existing only in the imagination.
Justifiable and imaginary are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Justifiable" instead an adjective "Imaginary".
Nearby Words: imagination, imaginative
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Justifiable adjective – Capable of being defended with good reasoning against verbal attack.
Imaginary and justifiable are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Imaginary" instead an adjective "Justifiable".
Nearby Words: justify, justification, justified, justly, justifiably
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  • Walk on Water Somewhat justifiable as this particular fight is imaginary, serving as a "eulogy" by Nameless and Broken Sword to the "defeated" Flying Snow and is made up by the Emperor as part of his theory of what REALLY happend.
    Source: Walk on Water
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Justifiable or Imaginary. 2016. Accessed October 23, 2021.

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