justly

[ juhst-lee ]SEE DEFINITION OF justly

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She justly remarks that, since I saw it last, it is all spoiled into a great big cat.

No one justly may deny the equality of opportunity which made us what we are.

Now, I can relieve your mind from part of the load by which it has been justly oppressed.

Therefore your lives are justly forfeit, and none would blame us if we slew you.

This, they think, (and justly think,) must fill me with doubts.

You are confronted with this man, you monster there; not to be spared, but to be dealt with justly.

Where the pretension is higher, the test may justly be more severe.

Character, as you justly observe, cannot utterly change in a few months.

He only who denies or ignores them can justly be stigmatised as an atheist.

I do not think that this charge can be justly brought against America.

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