Synonyms of justice
1 fairnessDictionary • There is no justice in this world!
equity • a system based on social justice and equity
integrity • I have always regarded him as a man of integrity.
impartiality • a justice system lacking impartiality
rectitude • people of the utmost rectitude
uprightness • a contest in which courage and Victorian uprightness win through
2 justness • We must win people round to the justice of our cause.
fairness • concern about the fairness of the election campaign
right • a fight between right and wrong
honesty • It's time for complete honesty from political representatives.
legality • The auditor has questioned the legality of the contracts.
rectitude • Has the rectitude of this principle ever been formally contested?
4 judgeDictionary • a justice on the Supreme Court
judge • The judge adjourned the hearing until next Tuesday.
magistrate • The magistrate ordered them to pay £3000 compensation.
beak (British, slang) • The beak told him he'd go down if he did anything like it again.
His, Her or Your Honour
compensation • The present she left him was no compensation for her absence.
redress • a legal battle to seek some redress from the government
reparation • a demand amongst victims for some sort of reparation
recompense • He demands no financial recompense for his troubles.
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beak (British, informal)
• The beak told him he'd go down if he did anything like it again.
compensationIf something is some compensation for something bad that has happened, it makes you feel better.
• The present she left him was no compensation for her absence.
equityIn finance, your equity is the sum of your assets, for example the value of your house, once your debts have been subtracted from it.
• a system based on social justice and equity
Thesaurus for justice from the Collins English Thesaurus