Using "extenuating" in a sentence

The volume was concerning (particularly the lack of targets) but there were extenuating circumstances, for sure.
Source: ESPN

But even in defeat, and even after throwing two interceptions (though both under extenuating circumstances), White only solidified his standing as the undisputed starter, and strengthened his bond with his teammates.
Source: XboxAchievements

There may be unique scenarios or extenuating circumstances (health of a team manager, family emergency, etc) that warrant sympathy and rules modification, but those are likely to be extremely rare.
Source: Weighing in on Pham/Pederson feud ESPN

According to the LIPP policies website, the program does not regularly make allowances for out-of-pocket medical expenses, but Neal wrote that HLS considers “extenuating circumstances” when calculating the amount of loan repayment aid offered to a participant each year.
Source: Harvard Crimson

According to a Reddit translation of the game’s rating on the Brazilian Ministério da Justiça website (their Ministry of Justice and Public Security), Final Fantasy XVI features a cacophony of “extenuating circumstances” like:Sex scenes (that are not fully shown) ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)“Intentional deaths” (ㆆ_ㆆ)Torture scenes depicting suffering victims ( ಠ_ಠ )Drugs use (¬‿¬)Prostitution (#°Д°)Sexual content (that is shown and discussed) (。﹏。)And hate crimes (⊙o⊙)While this news may come as some surprise to you, we already knew that FFXVI would be more mature than its predecessors because its producer, Naoki Yoshida, said as much in an interview with Gamespot.
Source: Kotaku

While Twitter’s labor situation had other extenuating circumstances, the principle remains.
Source: Glossy

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