One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘ideas of social justice’
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
honour, uprightness, decency, integrity, probity, honesty, righteousness, ethics, morals, morality, virtue, principle, right-mindedness, propriety, scrupulousness, trustworthiness, incorruptibility
2‘the justice of his case’
validity, justification, soundness, well-foundedness, legitimacy, legitimateness, reasonableness
3‘an attempt to pervert the course of justice’
judicial proceedings, administration of the law
4‘an order made by the justices’
judge, magistrate, Her Honour, His Honour, Your Honour
Law Lord, Lord Justice
North American jurist, surrogate
informal beak, m'lud
Scottish historical sheriff-depute, bailie
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