injustice

[ in-juhs-tis ]SEE DEFINITION OF injustice

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Heaven forbid that their conduct, in one particular, should savour of injustice.

How my heart rises at her preference of them to me, when she is convinced of their injustice to me!

"If you mean me, Corney, I think you do me injustice," said Hester.

Let me begin to do you the injustice I have conspired to do you, there—not here.

After the injustice done me yesterday, it does not much matter how I get on.

Plainly as look could speak, it said, "Will you suffer this injustice to be heaped upon me?"

Injustice has always roused me to revolt, and injustice was certainly having its fling.

The great fault in his character is his injustice to Pecksniff.

I am sure that if I have, I have checked the thought directly, as an injustice to you.

That was an injustice and a determination to hurt my feelings.

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