Unjust

  • 1 Unjust — Datos generales Origen Richmond, California, Estados Unidos …

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  • 2 unjust — un·just adj: characterized by injustice: deficient in justice and fairness an unjust sentence un·just·ly adv un·just·ness n Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996 …

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  • 3 Unjust — Un*just , a. 1. Acting contrary to the standard of right; not animated or controlled by justice; false; dishonest; as, an unjust man or judge. [1913 Webster] 2. Contrary to justice and right; prompted by a spirit of injustice; wrongful; as, an… …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 4 unjust — [unjust′] adj. 1. not just or right; unfair; contrary to justice 2. Obs. dishonest or unfaithful unjustly adv. unjustness n …

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  • 5 unjust — late 14c., of persons, from UN (Cf. un ) (1) not + JUST (Cf. just). Of actions, attested from c.1400 …

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  • 6 unjust — [adj] not fair below the belt*, biased, fixed*, inequitable, influenced, low down*, one sided, partial, partisan, prejudiced, shabby*, underhand, undeserved, unfair, unforgivable, unjustified, unmerited, unrighteous, wrong, wrongful; concept 545… …

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  • 7 unjust — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ not just; unfair. DERIVATIVES unjustly adverb …

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  • 8 unjust — adj. 1) unjust of 2) unjust to 3) unjust to + int. (it was unjust of him to accuse you without proof) 4) unjust that + clause (it s unjust that our side of the story was never heard) * * * [ʌn dʒʌst] unjust of unjust to unjust to + inf. (it was… …

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  • 9 unjust — [[t]ʌ̱nʤʌ̱st[/t]] ADJ GRADED If you describe an action, system, or law as unjust, you think that it treats a person or group badly in a way that they do not deserve. The attack on Charles was deeply unjust... He spent 25 years campaigning against …

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  • 10 unjust — unjustly, adv. unjustness, n. /un just /, adj. 1. not just; lacking in justice or fairness: unjust criticism; an unjust ruler. 2. Archaic. unfaithful or dishonest. [1350 1400; ME; see UN 1, JUST1] Syn. 1. inequitable, partial, unfair, prejudiced …

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  • 11 unjust — un|just [ ʌn dʒʌst ] adjective an unjust decision, judgment, or action is not fair or reasonable, or is not done according to accepted legal or moral standards: UNFAIR: unjust criticism ╾ un|just|ly adverb …

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  • 12 unjust — adjective 1) the assessment was unjust Syn: unfair, prejudiced, prejudicial, biased, inequitable, discriminatory, partisan, partial, one sided, jaundiced Ant: fair 2) an unjust attack …

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  • 13 unjust — UK [ʌnˈdʒʌst] / US adjective an unjust decision, judgment, or action is not fair or reasonable, or is not done according to accepted legal or moral standards Most people agreed that the poll tax was fundamentally unjust. Derived word: unjustly… …

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  • 14 unjust — adjective /ʌnˈʤʌst/ Not fair, just or right. The solution was very unjust. Syn: unfair Ant: just See Also: justice …

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  • 15 unjust — adj. Unjust is used with these nouns: ↑cause, ↑law, ↑system, ↑treatment …

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  • 16 unjust — un|just [ˌʌnˈdʒʌst] adj formal not fair or reasonable = ↑unfair ▪ unjust laws >unjustly adv …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 17 unjust — adjective not fair or reasonable: unjust laws unjustly adverb …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 18 unjust — Unfair. Contrary to justice. All human actions are either just or unjust as they are in conformity to or in opposition to law. Borden v State, 11 Ark 519 …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 19 unjust — adjective Date: 14th century 1. characterized by injustice ; unfair 2. archaic dishonest, faithless • unjustly adverb • unjustness noun …

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • 20 unjust — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. unfair, inequitable, undue, biased. See wrong. II (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. wrong, inequitable, wrongful; see unfair 1 . III (Roget s 3 Superthesaurus) a. unfair, inequitable, wrong, unethical,… …

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