Meaning of justifier in English:

justifier

Pronunciation /ˈdʒʌstɪfʌɪə/

noun

See justify

‘In a sense we can take some solace these days from the fact that the enablers and justifiers of torture seem more and more isolated and embattled.’
  • ‘The higher the price, the more justifiers must exist in the consumer's mind,’ Danziger explained.’
  • ‘One of consumers' favorite justifiers for home decorating purchases is that a particular item has worn out and needs to be replaced.’
  • ‘The Spirit is a washer, a justifier, a sanctifier.’
  • ‘This is to say that, in her view, the ultimate justifier for any claim to know is the community of believers.’