justness

[ juhst-nis ]SEE DEFINITION OF justness

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In effect the picture there that Monsieur designs is of a justness, but of a justness!

I acknowledge the justness of the complaint—I see its force, and appreciate its value.

Such was the fact; as to the justness of their charges, I have nothing to say.

Providence, in the justness of his ways, has deprived her of an excellent mother.

The bystanders seemed to acquiesce in the justness and rightfulness of the action.

In that case he felt fully the truth and justness of her injunctions.

His task was to reconcile the variety of justness due upon all sides.

But ask yourself, Is he always to be relied on for justness?

Sandy heard the remark; and he was disgusted, though he could not deny the justness of it.

The letter is striking, but admits of doubt as to the justness of some of its sentiments.

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