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Synonyms for justly

Synonyms for justly

with honesty

in accordance with moral or social standards


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This is indeed a most aggravating circumstance, which attends depriving men unjustly of their reputation; for a man who is conscious of having an ill character, cannot justly be angry with those who neglect and slight him; but ought rather to despise such as affect his conversation, unless where a perfect intimacy must have convinced them that their friend's character hath been falsely and injuriously aspersed.
SOCRATES: Then, according to Meno, who is the hereditary friend of the great king, virtue is the power of getting silver and gold; and would you add that they must be gained piously, justly, or do you deem this to be of no consequence?
SOCRATES: Why, because I asked you to deliver virtue into my hands whole and unbroken, and I gave you a pattern according to which you were to frame your answer; and you have forgotten already, and tell me that virtue is the power of attaining good justly, or with justice; and justice you acknowledge to be a part of virtue.
Still our old question of the comparative advantage of justice and injustice has not been answered: Which is the more profitable, to be just and act justly and practise virtue, whether seen or unseen of gods and men, or to be unjust and act unjustly, if only unpunished and unreformed?
That's the worst on't wi' crossing o' breeds: you can never justly calkilate what'll come on't.
In the meantime, the herald spoke to Rebecca in these terms: ``Damsel, the Honourable and Reverend the Grand Master demands of thee, if thou art prepared with a champion to do battle this day in thy behalf, or if thou dost yield thee as one justly condemned to a deserved doom?
that I maintain my innocence, and do not yield me as justly condemned, lest I become guilty of mine own blood.
Even Scoresby, the justly renowned Right whaleman, after giving us a stiff full length of the Greenland whale, and three or four delicate miniatures of narwhales and porpoises, treats us to a series of classical engravings of boat hooks, chopping knives, and grapnels; and with the microscopic diligence of a Leuwenhoeck submits to the inspection of a shivering world ninety-six fac-similes of magnified Arctic snow crystals.
BEIJING -- China on Tuesday said it opposed the use of finance as a political measure to put pressure on Pakistan and asked the international community to objectively and justly treat the Pakistani anti-terrorist efforts, instead of simply blaming it.
The sharp plotting and intrigue combine with affecting moments, justly depicting the trauma of war as Marian attempts to overcome the demons of her past and find her place after living such a dangerous and painful yet exciting life during the war.
He said he would provide fund to each union council justly to solve the problems of his constituency and if the same fund was not utilized justly, the committee would be held responsible.
Lord Justice Beatson, sitting with Mr Justice Spencer and Judge Nicholas Cooke QC, told the court: "This was obviously a stern sentence, but we consider it was justly stern.
Teheran/ Aswat al-Iraq: Iranian Chairman of the Legislative Authority Sadiq Larijani called his Iraqi counterpart Midhat al-Mahmoud to hand over the anti-Iranian members of Mujahidi Khalq to be "tried justly in Iran", as reported by local Iranian media organs.
He explained with the verse, "And thus We have made you a justly balanced Ummah, to be witnesses [for Allah] to people, and the messenger as a witness [for Allah] to you C*" [2:143] He explained, "He Made you" not by chance, not a natural social evolution, not a result of your wisdom, Allah made you to embody this just balance, he made you a justly balanced Ummah, not nation with common history, ethnicity, geographic boundaries," he said.
Interestingly, in the third part of A Theory of Justice, where Rawls was concerned with the stability of his conception of justice, we find Rawls asking whether people who have a sense of justice would also have adequate reason to act justly even if they were to evaluate their situation from a self-interested perspective.