I shall now speak a word as to the justness of your censure with regard to myself after these remarks on the manner of it.
Such was the fact; as to the justness of their charges, I have nothing to say.
We think so, and hope to see the day when the whole world will acknowledge its justness, and act upon its principle.
Providence, in the justness of his ways, has deprived her of an excellent mother.
The kin group may be bound to give help without any regard to the justness of the quarrel, or it gets the function of a jury.
But ask yourself, Is he always to be relied on for justness?
The justness of this reasoning was lost on the committee, and spirits of Jamaica proof were taxed at fifteen cents a gallon.
Sandy heard the remark; and he was disgusted, though he could not deny the justness of it.
In that case he felt fully the truth and justness of her injunctions.
He was nicknamed Cane-and-Able, and I can testify to the justness of the nomenclature.