Examples of unjust in a Sentence
The convict received an unjust sentence.
Recent Examples of unjust from the Web
Wage gaps reinforce an unjust system that prizes white men’s labor over that of white women and people of color.
Policing's deeply-rooted and unjust power structure has left countless innocent people dead.
Among the debts that can be sold are unpaid water bills, a feature of the system that advocates for the poor say is especially unjust.
According to the lawsuit, Dye -- the son of the former Auburn football coach -- is suing Sexton for breach of contract, unjust enrichment, fraud, breach of fiduciary duties, violation of trade secrets and tortious interference.
Both Sanders and Corbyn ground their platforms on an identical theme: Their societies are shaped by widening inequality, and that growing gap between rich and poor is both morally unjust and a danger to democracy.
Many see the loss of these lives as symbolic of an unjust social order.
The City of New Orleans and the Orleans Parish District Attorney's office have settled a federal civil rights lawsuit brought by Reginald Adams, who was imprisoned 34 years on a murder conviction deemed unjust in 2014.
Congress ought to look into this travesty and start a program to right this unjust wrong.
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First Known Use of unjust
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Definition of unjust for English Language Learners
: not fair or deserved : not just
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Legal Definition of unjust
: characterized by injustice : deficient in justice and fairness an unjust sentence
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