Definition of unjust in English:

unjust

Line breaks: un¦just
Pronunciation: /ʌnˈdʒʌst
 
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adjective

Derivatives

unjustly

adverb
More example sentences
  • There are instances in which he behaved harshly and unjustly in his dealings with people and without mercy towards his enemies.
  • Has there ever been an American ally, France included, that has ever been so unjustly criticized?
  • People are asked to send Christmas cards to prisoners of conscience, unjustly imprisoned throughout the world.

unjustness

noun
More example sentences
  • The public and principle breaking of the law by otherwise law-abiding persons is meant to call attention to the unjustness of that law.
  • Disagree with the unjustness of the issue, then stand behind your resolutions with firm vigour and be prepared to bear the consequences without so much as raising a thought of hate towards the person you contradict.
  • It is all being inspired by a political leader who dramatises his belief in the unjustness of his prosecution by staying in a prison cell, ecumenically reading holy books and praying with pastors.

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