unfairness

[ US /ənˈfɛɹnəs/ ]
[ UK /ʌnfˈe‍ənəs/ ]
NOUN
  1. partiality that is not fair or equitable
  2. injustice by virtue of not conforming with rules or standards
  3. an unjust act
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How To Use unfairness In A Sentence

  • Listen to them now, whining about unfairness as the problem is put right. The Sun
  • The seething sense of unfairness is almost palpable. Times, Sunday Times
  • But hey, I guess if we are operating under the assumption that soccer fans revel in unfairness at the hands of a central, arbitrary power, they they will probably love this change. The Volokh Conspiracy » How Jonathan Adler Gets It Wrong, and Soccer Gets It Right:
  • With the unfairness of it all, the final whistle was a merciful relief.
  • She was still ranting about the unfairness of it all.
  • Amidst all of the mainstream media's ballyhooing of the momentum to be gained in the tight Iowa polls, The New York Times finally examined the caucuses sheer unfairness and obsoleteness. Dan Brown: You and I Don't Care Who Wins the Iowa Caucuses
  • In the first third of a speech that lasted more than 90 minutes, Colonel Qaddafi focused on what he called the inherent unfairness of the United Nations, which gives the five permanent members of the Security Council far more authority than the nations in the General Assembly. Waldo's Virginia Political Blogroll
  • It is a serious crime and the retrial can be conducted without unfairness to the defendant.
  • The government should address this unfairness by allowing care home fees to be set against taxable income. Times, Sunday Times
  • There are illegitimate children over the years, accusations of collusion with Nazis, shadowy tales of unrequited longing and profound unfairness.
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