justly

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Etymology[edit]

From just +‎ -ly.

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Adverb[edit]

justly (not comparable)

  1. In a just or fair manner; rightfully.
    • 1890, Robert Franklin Pennell, History of Rome:
      His valor, wisdom, and justice made him justly popular, but caused him to be regarded with suspicion at Rome.
  2. With a just or fair use of language; with good reason, properly.
    • 2012, Jay Newton-Small, ‘Gangless in Glasgow’, Time, 1 Oct 2011:
      But the city on the River Clyde can justly claim to have turned the tide.
  3. (obsolete) With great precision; accurately, exactly.

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