Justice

Justice,

Definition of Justice:

  1. A judge or magistrate, in particular a judge of the Supreme Court of a country or state.

  2. Fairness in protection of rights and punishment of wrongs. While all legal systems aim to uphold this ideal through fair and proper administration of the law of the land, it is possible to have unjust laws.

  3. Just behavior or treatment.

Synonyms of Justice

Astraea, Dike, JP, Jupiter Fidius, Justice, Justitia, Minos, Nemesis, Rhadamanthus, Themis, Actionability, Applicability, Arbiter, Arbitrator, Assured probity, Balance, Beak, Bencher, Blamelessness, Blindfolded Justice, Cardinal virtues, Character, Charity, Cleanness, Coequality, Coextension, Constitutional validity, Constitutionalism, Constitutionality, Correspondence, Court, Critic, Decency, Detention, Due process, Dueness, Entitledness, Entitlement, Equality, Equation, Equilibrium, Equipoise, Equipollence, Equiponderance, Equitableness, Equity, Equivalence, Equivalency, Erectness, Estimableness, Evenness, Expectation, Fair play, Fair-mindedness, Fairness, Faith, Fortitude, Good character, Goodness, High ideals, High principles, High-mindedness, His honor, His lordship, His worship, Honesty, Honor, Honorableness, Hope, Identity, Immaculacy, Impartiality, Imprisonment, Incarceration, Indicator, Integrity, Irreproachability, Irreproachableness, Judge, Judger, Judgment, Judicatory, Judicature, Judicial process, Judiciary, Judiciousness, Jurisdiction, Justiciability, Justifiable expectation, Justness, Law, Lawfulness, Legal form, Legal process, Legalism, Legality, Legitimacy, Legitimateness, Levelness, Licitness, Likeness, Love, Magistrate, Meritedness, Moderator, Moral excellence, Moral strength, Morality, Natural virtues, Neutrality, Nobility, Objectiveness, Objectivity, Par, Parallelism, Parity, Poise, Principles, Prison, Probity, Proportion, Prudence, Punishment, Pureness, Purity, Rectitude, Referee, Reputability, Respectability, Right, Righteousness, Rightfulness, Scope, Stainlessness, Supernatural virtues, Symmetry, Temperance, The courts, The law, Theological virtues, Umpire, Unimpeachability, Unimpeachableness, Unspottedness, Uprightness, Upstandingness, Validity, Virtue, Virtuousness, Worthiness, Fairness, Justness, Fair play, Fair-mindedness, Equity, Equitableness, Even-handedness, Egalitarianism, Impartiality, Impartialness, Lack of bias, Objectivity, Neutrality, Disinterestedness, Lack of prejudice, Open-mindedness, Non-partisanship, Judge, Magistrate, Her Honour, His Honour, Your Honour

How to use Justice in a sentence?

  1. A concern for justice, peace, and genuine respect for people.
  2. It is, therefore, a matter of public interest who becomes judges of the lower courts and justices of the Supreme Court.

Meaning of Justice & Justice Definition