What is another word for warranted?

Pronunciation: [wˈɒɹəntɪd] (IPA)

When we talk about something that is warranted, it means that it is justified or deserved. However, there are many other words that we can use to express the same idea. For instance, when something is warranted, it is also considered appropriate, authorized, legitimate, and valid. Other synonyms for warranted include certain, guaranteed, certified, and justifiable. All of these words have different nuances and can be used in different contexts, but they all convey the same general idea that something is fair, reasonable, and deserving of recognition. Ultimately, the choice of synonym will depend on the specific situation and the intended meaning.

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What are the opposite words for warranted?

The antonyms for the word "warranted" include unwarranted, unjustified, unmerited, ungrounded, baseless, and unsupported. The opposite of something that is warranted is something that lacks sufficient evidence, reasons or justification. When an action or claim is unwarranted, it means that it is unjustified or unfounded. Similarly, something that is baseless is unsupported and lacks foundation. Using the right antonyms of the word "warranted" can help to clarify communication and express a contrasting point of view. In conclusion, an antonym is an essential tool that helps to convey opposites or different shades of meaning in communication.

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Usage examples for Warranted

But though this is so, we are not on that account warranted in saying that the only purpose for which He wrought miracles was to win men's belief in His mission.
"The Expositor's Bible: The Gospel of St. John, Vol. I"
Marcus Dods
With more haste than the occasion warranted, Kent put the tea and toast on the chair and started for the kitchen.
"Lonesome Land"
B. M. Bower
"Whether you were warranted or not is, of course, another matter," said Nasmyth.
"The Greater Power"
Harold Bindloss W. Herbert Dunton

Famous quotes with Warranted

  • There has certainly been criticism of the timing involved in getting help to the victims of the storm, and much of it may indeed be warranted. However, this is not the time for pointing fingers; rather, it is the time for offering a helping hand to our neighbors in need.
    Jo Bonner
  • And upon this act, sincerely believed to be an act of justice, warranted by the Constitution, upon military necessity, I invoke the considerate judgment of all mankind, and the gracious favor of Almighty God.
    Salmon Portland Chase
  • Rather by instinct than by guidance, he turned to writing, and his professors or tutors occasionally gave his English composition a hesitating approval; but in that branch, as in all the rest, even when he made a long struggle for recognition, he never convinced his teachers that his abilities, at their best, warranted placing him on the rank-list, among the first third of his class. Instructors generally reach a fairly accurate gauge of their scholars' powers.
    Henry Adams
  • Scholars, journalists, activists, and others have an almost knee-jerk tendency to praise Bangladesh's beginnings as a secular nation and trace its slide into Islamist domination from the 1975 assassination of its founding father, Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. That praise is warranted - but only to a limited extent, for secularism and any semblance of democratic ideals were in their death throes long before Sheikh Mujib was.
    Richard Benkin
  • I could see the room dividing as I spoke. I could hear the laughter of some and louder still silence of others. I realised that for some people this was regarded as an event with import. The magazine, the sponsors and some of those in attendance saw it as a kind of ceremony that warranted respect. In effect, it is a corporate ritual, an alliance between a media organisation, GQ, and a commercial entity, Hugo Boss. What dawned on me as the night went on is that even in apparently frivolous conditions the establishment asserts control, and won't tolerate having that assertion challenged, even flippantly, by that most beautifully adept tool: comedy.
    Russell Brand

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