How To Use Unwarrantable In A Sentence

  • We have warned them from time to time of attempts by their legislature to extend an unwarrantable jurisdiction over us.
  • Princess, Captain Falk's unwarrantable insult to Davie Paine -- it seems incongruous to call him "mister" -- was to play its part later in events that as yet were only gathering way. The Mutineers
  • We have warned them from time to time of attempts by their legislature to extend an unwarrantable jurisdiction over us.
  • Barely a third of the way into the year, they already had 400-and-some violations, numerous or unwarrantable failures that you knew you had a violation and you didn't fix it, or that you should have known about this violation because it was open and obvious and you didn't fix it. Labor Dept. Asks Court To Close Massey Mine In Ky.
  • The inconveniences under which that trade now labored were manifest, but he could not think, with the petitioners, that these inconveniences arose from "the nature of the duties" so much as "through the medium of the dissatisfaction of the Americans, and those combinations and associations of which we have heard" -- associations and combinations which had been called, in an address to the House, "unwarrantable," but which he for his part would go so far as to call illegal. The Eve of the Revolution; a chronicle of the breach with England
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  • Every time he played for his club seemed an unwarrantable risk for his country. Times, Sunday Times
  • You demand an explanation of what you have termed my unwarrantable action in taking possession of your august person. Harry Escombe A Tale of Adventure in Peru
  • Ironically, this is the same kind of ultimately unwarrantable conviction that religion wants its practitioners to adopt: belief without demonstrable proof.
  • If you look at other mines that are the same size or bigger, they do not have the sheer number of 'unwarrantable' citations that this mine has. WCAX - Local News
  • Wealthy parents, seeing little peasant boys and girls playing about in the open air only half-clothed, and joining with this fact the general healthiness of labouring people, draw the unwarrantable conclusion that the healthiness is the result of the exposure, and resolve to keep their own offspring scantily covered! Essays on Education and Kindred Subjects Everyman's Library
  • Mercurial, often waspish and at times given to unwarrantable snobbery, she was free to indulge herself, yet at the same time she was imprisoned by the constraints of the life that gave her all she wanted.
  • lie on the table," and will hoot, laugh, and stare at the second; will, in short, resent either novelty as an unwarrantable intrusion, for no other discernible reason than that people in general are not used to it. Hide and Seek
  • Then the pleasant little surprises of all kinds that we imagined; and the pleasant looks that greet us when we condescend to accept them; the patience that can translate our most unwarrantable "crossness", because there has been some trifling difficulty in obtaining the half of a star or the corner of a moon which it had pleased us to require, into "such a good sign of being really better"; and then our appetite (which the gods know is at that season singularly keen), how is it not tempted with unutterable dainties and friande morsels, all sorts of amateur cookery in our behalf, where Love himself has not disdained to turn the spit, and look into the stewpan! and all served up so gracefully on the small tray, covered with its delicate white damask cloth, arraying with more than mortal charms the moulds of crystal jelly and pure-looking blanc mange! Zoe: The History of Two Lives
  • I wish they had chosen the way of non-violence in resisting what they rightly regard as an unwarrantable encroachment upon their country.
  • We may call this an unwarrantable and indeed incomprehensible leap from the abstract intellectual conceptions of mathematics to the solid realities of nature.
  • If the use of animal food be, in consequence, subversive to the peace of human society, how unwarrantable is the injustice and barbarity which is exercised toward these miserable victims.
  • Certainly the delay here is not unwarrantable.
  • We have warned them from time to time of attempts by their legislature to extend an unwarrantable jurisdiction over us.
  • _were_ such a project contemplated by Ministers, they would (forgetting their characteristic caution and reserve) agitate the public mind on so critical a question, and derange vast transactions and arrangements in the corn trade by its premature divulgement; and, above all, constitute the _Globe_ newspaper their confidential organ upon the occasion, should alone have satisfied the most credulous of its unwarrantable and preposterous character. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine — Volume 53, No. 327, January, 1843
  • The suggestion of Communist affiliation to the Labour Party was regarded as an unwarrantable departure from principle.
  • So is chip-in-skin an unwarrantable infringement of your civil liberties or an invaluable tool against crime and scattiness? Times, Sunday Times
  • Suddenly there was that feeling again; that unwarrantable, totally irrational feeling of optimism.
  • We have warned them from time to time of attempts by their legislature to extend an unwarrantable jurisdiction over us. Independence Day (Blog for Democracy)
  • The Chaplain is plainly uncertain, as he wrestles with the clerical guillotine of washable xylonite, and stammers something about unwarrantable liberty and a lady's reputation! The Dop Doctor

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