Justified text

Justified text,

Definition of Justified text:

  1. Paragraph or block of text in which all words in all lines are spaced-out such that the first word aligns with the left margin and last word with the right margin. Used commonly in books and magazines, it is not considered suitable for letters and other forms of personal communication.

How to use Justified text in a sentence?

  1. The justified text was really organized and not something I was typically used to seeing when I saw new text.
  2. You may want to use a justified text when you are trying to make a really important point that you need others to know.
  3. John was writing a research paper. The instructor wanted to ensure each paper was set up the same way. He decided that each paper should have justified text making it easier for him to read.

Meaning of Justified text & Justified text Definition