the quality or fact of being unjust; inequity.
violation of the rights of others; unjust or unfair action or treatment.
an unjust or unfair act; wrong.
- su·per·in·jus·tice, noun
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How to use injustice in a sentence
These injustices need to be confronted and bipartisan reforms like body cameras on cops enacted.
He has contributed to a false picture of law enforcement based on isolated injustices.
“Too often the injustices neglect nameless faces and stories,” Dandolo writes in an email.Of Cuban Spies, a Baby, and a Filmmaker: The Strange Tale of the Cuban Five | Nina Strochlic | December 28, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
White people and nonblack people of color have the luxury of treating these cases as injustices.
Throughout her life, she says, she has been well acquainted with the everyday injustices of gender inequality.
As to repenting of my injustices, I've done no injustice and I repent of nothing.Emily Bront | A. Mary F. (Agnes Mary Frances) Robinson
Man does at least try to correct the injustices his God is said to have created.Theism or Atheism | Chapman Cohen
His wholly sweet spirit could not be soured by the injustices and insolences that came into his life.The Stones of Paris in History and Letters, Volume I (of 2) | Benjamin Ellis Martin
He was called to account for the sums he had spent as chancellor, and for various alleged injustices.Beacon Lights of History, Volume V | John Lord
Driscoll raged at concrete mistakes and injustices in the scheme of things as presented to Richard Driscoll.The Open Question | Elizabeth Robins
British Dictionary definitions for injustice
the condition or practice of being unjust or unfair
an unjust act
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