unjust

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Etymology[edit]

From un- +‎ just.

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unjust (comparative more unjust, superlative most unjust)

  1. Not fair, just or right.
    The solution was very unjust.

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Beware that unjust and injustice use different prefixes (French injustice was borrowed into English, but injuste was not). injust is archaic and unjustice is obsolete.

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