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  • adjective Alternative form of overjust.

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Examples

  • Setting aside the end to be gained, I think that Slave Convention is a very just one in many ways towards the people; but we are not an over-just nation towards the weak.

    The Romance of Isabel Lady Burton

  • Setting aside the end to be gained, I think that Slave Convention is a very just one in many ways towards the people; but we are not an over-just nation towards the weak.

    The Romance of Isabel, Lady Burton

  • Setting aside the end to be gained, I think that Slave Convention is a very just one in many ways towards the people; but we are not an over-just nation towards the weak.

    The Romance of Isabel Lady Burton Volume II

  • Is it best for a State's Ruler to be over-forgiving, or over-just?

    Rienzi, Last of the Roman Tribunes

  • Some Bills players have pulled up the goalpost, and they're moving it over-just in time!

    Darwiniana

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