Another word for injustice
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These nouns denote acts or conditions that cause people to suffer hardship or loss undeservedly. An injustice is a violation of a person's rights; the term can also refer to unfair treatment of another or others: “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere” (Martin Luther King, Jr.) An injury is an injustice for which legal redress is available: The court awarded the plaintiff compensation for the injury to his property. Wrong is now more emphatic than injustice and in a legal sense refers to what violates the rights of an individual or adversely affects the public welfare: “The age of chivalry is never past, so long as there is a wrong left unredressed on earth” (Charles Kingsley). A grievance is regarded by those involved as a wrong that affords cause for complaint: The warden addressed the inmates' grievances.
Another word for injusticenoun
Lack of justice:inequity, iniquity, unfairness, unjustness, wrong. See law, right
An act that is not just:disservice, inequity, raw deal, wrong. (Law) injury. See law, right