- 形容词: unjust;
The King was unjustly accused of practising the black arts.
The newspapers had unjustly labelled him as a coward.
She shouted out that she was unjustly imprisoned.
They have been unjustly dispossessed of their hometown.
I regretted having blamed her unjustly.
He was unjustly blamed by his immediate supperior.
She was unjustly accused of stealing money and then given the sack.
We don't want to accuse anyone unjustly.
It's unfair to devalue anyone's work unjustly.
The newspaper had unjustly labeled him ( as ) a coward.
She believed the rumor and blamed her friend unjustly.
Everybody can also say oneself the experience or idea which treats unjustly.
Is it true to say you have been treated unjustly?
说你受到不公平的待遇,这符合事实 吗 ?
Obviously I haven't done it. You retaliated unjustly.
Iago . You charge me most unjustly.
1. in an unjust manner;
"he was unjustly singled out for punishment"