unjustly

[ UK /ʌnd‍ʒˈʌstli/ ]
[ US /ənˈdʒəstɫi/ ]
ADVERB
  1. in an unjust manner
    he was unjustly singled out for punishment
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How To Use unjustly In A Sentence

  • And, let's face it, as well, I think, at that time, I also was attracted to the notion of being a trial lawyer, a courtroom lawyer, going in and righting the wrongs and defending the unjustly accused.
  • Two reformed cracksmen are unjustly accused of the theft and are severely put to it to prove their innocence.
  • Gosh, I thought, unjustly as it turned out, I thought all these doggy people were more sporting than that.
  • We can have some Muslims who unjustly or ignorantly deny the illegality of drinking alcohol, eating pork or even committing major sins like stealing, fornicating... etc.
  • In the real world, men actually lack respect for justice, and often treat others unfairly and unjustly. Dr T.P.Chia 
  • An arcane spell caster is unjustly accused of starting a devastating fire with a badly aimed (or miscast) spell.
  • And to suggest that Ireland, as a sovereign Republic, should not be entitled to lay down certain conditions for citizenship on the grounds that this might somehow be racist or unjustly discriminatory is pure poppycock.
  • Those, indeed, who rule for the public good, are true examples and specimens of his beneficence, while those who domineer unjustly and tyrannically are raised up by him to punish the people for their iniquity. The Volokh Conspiracy » Thoughts on the Revolution (?) in Kyrgyzstan
  • To none of these other forms, however, is attached the same degree of seriousness by the laity as they attach unjustly to nosophobia. The Eugenic Marriage, Vol. 3 (of 4) A Personal Guide to the New Science of Better Living and Better Babies
  • She is an excellent and unjustly neglected author.
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