just deserts

NOUN
  1. an outcome (good or bad) that is well deserved and fitting
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How To Use just deserts In A Sentence

  • It was clear who the criminals were and they got their just deserts. Times, Sunday Times
  • We learn that greed is not good and selfish people get their just deserts. Times, Sunday Times
  • The banks are getting their just deserts. Times, Sunday Times
  • We learn that greed is not good and selfish people get their just deserts. Times, Sunday Times
  • Offenders should receive their just deserts.
  • We learn that greed is not good and selfish people get their just deserts. Times, Sunday Times
  • When they stopped doing that fine thing they seemed to be getting their just deserts. Times, Sunday Times
  • It was clear who the criminals were and they got their just deserts. Times, Sunday Times
  • These are viewed as fair outcomes, as just deserts or rewards for differences in ability, skill or effort, within the framework of a competitive market.
  • At the end of the book the child's true identity is discovered, and the bad guys get their just deserts.
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