fac-, facil-, fact-, feas-, -feat, -fect, -feit, -facient, -faction, -fic-, -fy, -ficate, -fication

(Latin: to make, to do, to build, to cause, to produce; forming, shaping)

ipso facto
Causing the erection of the penis.
justifiable (adjective), more justifiable, most justifiable
Capable of being valid, legitimate, or well-founded: The blind lady had justifiable reasons for wanting to have a guide-dog living with her.
justifiably (adverb), more justifiably, most justifiably
Descriptive of how a situation, action, idea, or emotion is presented with good reason: Sammy was justifiably thrilled with the honor he received because of his faithful aid and support of the blind in the town where he lived.
justification (s) (noun), justifications (pl)
justifier (s) (noun), justifiers (pl)
Someone who, or that which, provides an acceptable explanation of something.
justify (verb), justifies; justified; justifying
1. To demonstrate or to prove that something is just, right, or valid: "There are some people who will commit illegal or indecent acts for a something that they believe in because they argue that the end justifies the means."
2. To declare free of blame; to absolve: "Eddie tried to justify his poor grade on the exam by claiming that he wasn't feeling well."
3. To demonstrate sufficient legal reason for an action taken.
4. In printing or typing text on the computer: "To adjust or to justify the spacing within lines in a document; for example, so that the lines end evenly as straight margins."
magnifiable (adjective), more magnifiable, most magnifiable
Descriptive of being increased in size or being bigger or greater: Jack and his family have magnifiable health problems because of the unsanitary living conditions in which they live.

Helen's successful handling of the business assignment that her supervisor gave her has made her salary increase more magnifiable than it did before.

magnification (s) (noun), magnifications (pl)
1. The apparent enlargement of an object as seen through a lens, objective, etc.: The magnification of an image formed by an optical instrument can be perceived in greater size by the eyes.
2. The amplification or enlargement of an idea, event, etc.: Jack's article for his newspaper included magnifications of the many inconsistencies presented by President Trump during his time in office.
magnificence (noun), magnificences (pl)
1. Glory; greatness of nature or reputation: When the tourists entered the cathedral, they were astounded at the magnificence of the huge church and the long history it had.
2. A title of respect applied to a monarch or other imposing and eminent person, used with a possessive adjective: In the play at school, the king was addressed by the peasant girl who said, "Your Magnificence, may I ask a favour?"
3. Splendor or sumptuousness of surroundings, adornments, etc.; majesty or grandness on display: On the tour inside the palace, the family was speechless at the brilliance and lavishness of the walls, furniture, and greatness of the living quarters of the former kings and queens.
4. Grandeur or imposing beauty of language, speech, music, etc.: The magnificence of the mosaic on the floors, walls and ceiling of the church certainly could not be surpassed!
5. Great liberality: Magnificence is said to be shown on the part of some rulers of people.