Thus, we have two problems: First, the male version of sex drive is what women are unjustly being measured by.
You are in favor of naps, but feel they are unjustly maligned.
He introduces readers to some of these unjustly overlooked writers—perfect for the dark nights of winter.
It's fashionable to lament the status of the novella: unjustly neglected, the ugly duckling of the literary world, etc.
He maintains a list of people with ID whom he believes were unjustly convicted after false confessions.
You cruelly and unjustly disowned, disinherited, and even delegalized, and degraded your son before he was born!
It was on his tongue to say: "I stand here because you stand there unjustly quarreling with me," but he did not say it.
The night-watchman was a trusted employee, and my father did not wish to accuse him unjustly.
Yet we unjustly select a particle, and say, 'O steel-filing number one!
It seemed as if a man who had unjustly suffered so much, and been so cruelly suspected, should now be crowned in the sight of all.