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Idioms about justice
- to act or treat justly or fairly.
- to appreciate properly: We must see this play again to do it justice.
- to acquit in accordance with one's abilities or potential: He finally got a role in which he could do himself justice as an actor.
Origin of justice
OTHER WORDS FROM justicejus·tice·less, adjective
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Other definitions for justice (2 of 2)
How to use justice in a sentence
She has been a teacher and helped found the Bronx School for Law, Government and Justice, where she stayed for 18 years and served as principal.New York City schools chancellor to step down amid clashes with mayor|Valerie Strauss|February 26, 2021|Washington Post
Moreover, many of the nation’s civil rights and social justice groups are backing the bill.Rep. Karen Bass Reintroduces George Floyd Policing Bill in Congress|Shani Parrish|February 26, 2021|Essence.com
So one reason this group is not likely to push for adding seats to the Supreme Court, even if the filibuster is gone, is that adding justices isn’t that popular an idea.Democrats Are Split Over How Much The Party And American Democracy Itself Are In Danger|Perry Bacon Jr. (firstname.lastname@example.org)|February 26, 2021|FiveThirtyEight
Early in the pandemic, much of the criminal justice system — judges, defense attorneys, prosecutors — agreed with public health experts who viewed the confined quarters of jails as especially vulnerable to covid-19 outbreaks.Teens drive brutal spike in carjackings with covid limiting school and supervision|Dan Morse, Tom Jackman|February 25, 2021|Washington Post
In 2013, the Moton Museum opened a permanent exhibit devoted to Johns, her peers and other residents of Prince Edward County who fought for justice, titled “Children of Courage.”A civil rights hero lacked a historical marker. Then a class of Virginia fourth-graders spoke up.|Hannah Natanson|February 24, 2021|Washington Post
So we do demand justice and we do speak up and make demands.
He could order the Justice Department to begin the necessary regulatory work.
The mother, Emily Kruse, was charged with obstructing justice and intimidating a witness.
Most other social justice movements are seeking some shift of power and money.The Real Story Behind the Fight for Marriage Equality|E.J. Graff|December 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
I suffer from no delusion that the justice system treats black and white equally.
To others the fierce desire for social justice obliterates all fear of a general catastrophe.The Unsolved Riddle of Social Justice|Stephen Leacock
When I was at Portugal, there was held at that time the court of justice of the Inquisition.
I've never had time to write home about it, for I felt that it required a dissertation in itself to do it justice.Music-Study in Germany|Amy Fay
He also states that the Audiencia is virtually non-existent, and so there is no high court in which justice may be sought.
He had meted out stern justice to his own son, when he had banished big Reginald to South America; but he had his virtues.The Pit Town Coronet, Volume I (of 3)|Charles James Wills
British Dictionary definitions for justice
- the principle of fairness that like cases should be treated alike
- a particular distribution of benefits and burdens fairly in accordance with a particular conception of what are to count as like cases
- the principle that punishment should be proportionate to the offence
- to show to full advantagethe picture did justice to her beauty
- to show full appreciation of by actionhe did justice to the meal
- to treat or judge fairly
Word Origin for justice
Cultural definitions for justice
A figure in painting and sculpture that symbolizes the impartiality of true justice. The figure of Justice usually appears as a blindfolded woman with a scale in one hand and a sword in the other.
Other Idioms and Phrases with justice
see do justice to; miscarriage of justice; poetic justice.