adjective un·just \ˌən-ˈjəst\

: not fair or deserved : not just

Full Definition of UNJUST

:  characterized by injustice :  unfair
archaic :  dishonest, faithless
un·just·ly adverb
un·just·ness \-ˈjəs(t)-nəs\ noun

Examples of UNJUST

  1. The convict received an unjust sentence.

First Known Use of UNJUST

14th century
UNJUSTNESS Defined for Kids


adjective un·just \ˌən-ˈjəst\

Definition of UNJUST for Kids

:  not just :  unfair <an unjust decision>
un·just·ly adverb <She was unjustly accused.>


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