in-justice

injustice

[in-juhs-tis]
noun
1.
the quality or fact of being unjust; inequity.
2.
violation of the rights of others; unjust or unfair action or treatment.
3.
an unjust or unfair act; wrong.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English < Middle French < Latin injūstitia. See in-3, justice

superinjustice, noun


2. injury, wrong; tort.
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injustice (ɪnˈdʒʌstɪs)
 
n
1.  the condition or practice of being unjust or unfair
2.  an unjust act

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injustice
late 14c., from Fr. injustice, from L. injustitia, from injustus "unjust, wrongful, oppressive," from in- "not" + justus "just" (see just (adj.)).
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