even-handed

[ ee-vuh n-han-did ]SEE DEFINITION OF even-handed

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Yet I like the even-handed justice which is applied to both our arguments.

They saw that what was needed was, not special favor, but even-handed justice.

There, as in the sepulchre to which they led, all ranks were cast with an even-handed scorn.

Well, it was even-handed—not justice, but injustice, at all events.

So much for the consistency and even-handed justice of the author.

If they indorse it, even-handed justice requires them to say so.

I have repaid you insult for insult, and we are even-handed.

In his teachings on the question of divorce, he is far from perceiving the even-handed justice which the case demands.

In these cases it was not often that there was any obstacle interposed to the administration of even-handed justice.

He expressed love to the divine in even-handed justice and in benevolent sympathy among men.

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