Examples of unjust in a Sentence
The convict received an unjust sentence.
Recent Examples of unjust from the Web
The lack of jobs for ordinary citizens was seen as especially unjust when compared to the embezzlement allegations against senior government officials.
Being so many miles away from home and watching the news about Hurricane Harvey from sunny California feels completely unjust.
Last season, Kaepernick sat, and then knelt, during the national anthem before 49ers’ games to protest the systemic unjust treatment against black and brown people by law enforcement.
Hart said Henderson's actions in the divorce proceedings and as GAL for the Akls' child were unjust, and not in the child's best interest.
For example, the majority of British and French politicians thought the Versailles Treaty unjust, which contributed to their wavering in the face of Hitler’s territorial annexations of German-speaking lands.
These statues should be removed because Confederate leaders’ role in trying to perpetuate an evil system disqualifies them, and continuing to honor them reinforces what remains of an unjust system.
Or the Black Lives Matter side, where people are like: Cops are murdering our young black men; every shooting is unjust.
Clergy, activists and community members are gathering in Highland Park on Monday to call for the resignation of Michigan State Police Colonel Kriste Kibbey Etue, who has been accused fostering an unjust and racist environment in the department.
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Definition of unjust for English Language Learners
: not fair or deserved : not just
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