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Definition of "justness" []

  • Fair or impartial in action or judgment (adjective)
  • (as collective noun; preceded by the) (adjective)
  • Conforming to high moral standards; honest (adjective)
  • Consistent with justice (adjective)
  • Rightly applied or given; deserved (adjective)
  • Legally valid; lawful (adjective)
  • Well-founded; reasonable (adjective)
  • Correct, accurate, or true (adjective)
  • Used with forms of have to indicate an action performed in the very recent past (adverb)
  • At this very instant (adverb)
  • No more than; merely; only (adverb)
  • Exactly; precisely (adverb)
  • By a small margin; barely (adverb)
  • (intensifier) (adverb)
  • Indeed; with a vengeance (adverb)
  • The state of being just (noun)

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Use "justness" in a sentence
  • "This supposedly highlights the "justness" and importance of Afghanistan."
  • "The 'justness' of a cause is judged by the number of "victims" suffered by one's side?"
  • "The "justness" of the U.S. legal system can be compromised by anyone with unlimited funds."