Justice (noun)

  1. Fairness and impartiality in the treatment and punishment of people.
  2. A judicial process or system.
  3. A particular instance of administering justice.


Middle english (denoting the administration of a legal judgment): from old french justice, from latin justitia, from justus 'just'.


  1. Justice is a key principle of our legal system.
  2. The court system is designed to ensure that justice is served.
  3. He sought justice for the crimes committed against him.
  4. The judge pronounced sentence with the aim of ensuring justice was done.
  5. The pursuit of justice is a fundamental part of any democratic society.
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