- justinian ii,
- justitia omnibus,
- jute board,
Origin of justly
Examples from the Web for justly
Only through measure-for-measure exactness will the wrongdoer be paid back properly and justly.
So the score line stayed 1-0 as the final whistle blew—and justly so.
Zora Neale Hurston occupies a page in a photograph as threshold-breaker, justly so.Defining American Cool From Walt Whitman to Tina Fey and Johnny Depp|Jason Berry|March 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Instead they would opt to be justly compensated for their loss.
Well, maybe we can teach them to be justly distrustful of photography in general.
They were greatly and justly exasperated by an outrage inflicted upon them by a preceding party of United States recruits.Christopher Carson|John S. C. Abbott
It has justly been remarked that a nations civilization may be estimated by the rank which females hold in society.
She claimed no more than what was justly due to her, but she claimed no less.Ormond, Volume II (of 3)|Charles Brockden Brown
While the one dies thus, while the other so laments his Death, how justly are they both render'd immortal?Lectures on Poetry|Joseph Trapp
May not this practice be justly regarded as an abuse of the asylum?On the State of Lunacy and the Legal Provision for the Insane|John T. Arlidge
early 14c., "in an adjacent position, closely," from just (adj.) + -ly (2). Meanings "truthfully, honestly," "in an equitable manner, with justice, fairly" are from late 14c. Sense of "justifiably, with good reason" is from c.1400; that of "legally, legitimately, rightfully" is early 15c.