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self-jus•ti•fy•ing



Pronunciation: (self"jus'tu-fī"ing, self'-), [key]
adj.
1. offering excuses for oneself, esp. in excess of normal demands.
2. automatically adjusting printed or typed lines to fill a given space, esp. to conform to a rigid margin.

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