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Reddit users also vented at a system they saw as deeply unjust, where the rich walked away from their mistakes and the poor were left to suffer.

Instead, what’s come to the forefront on Reddit is to get the world’s attention on their power over an unjust financial reality.

From Time

It can also take form as the Holy Bible-inspired Jubilee 2000 campaign advocating for the annulment of unjust debt for developing countries.

From Quartz

Trapping San Diegans for another 20 years with an unaccountable, monopoly utility is unfair and unjust, and we deserve better.

Importantly, these encounters are also among the places where racially unjust policing is taught and learned.

From Fortune

Binding the resolution of my case to progress in the nuclear negotiations is profoundly unjust.

With your unkind and unjust words, you continue to cause harm to LGBT people in your religious communities.

Jackson had several notable confrontations with cadets who were unhappy with him or who felt he had been unjust.

It is entirely possible that some young blacks are now being prepared to act as scourges of the unjust American social order.

The original essay that Mark writes that goes viral, when that phrase was new, was called Motivation in an Unjust World.

Whether advocates and orators had liberty to plead in causes, manifestly known to be unjust, vexatious, or oppressive?

The riches of the unjust shall be dried up like a river, and shall pass away with a noise like a great thunder in rain.

As Felipe talked with him, he perceived even more clearly how bitter and unjust his mother had been to Alessandro.

Is it true that whenever we are about to do an ill or unjust deed a shadow of the fruits it will bring comes over us as a warning?

Admiral Byng was afterwards shot in England, on an unjust charge of cowardice in this affair.


On this page you'll find 60 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unjust, such as: biased, inequitable, one-sided, partisan, prejudiced, and unfair.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.