Unjustly [adverb]

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Sentence/Example of Unjustly:

His own public had unjustly neglected him, posterity consigned his operas to oblivion.

It was on his tongue to say: "I stand here because you stand there unjustly quarreling with me," but he did not say it.

On this point they have been unjustly and injuriously slandered.

Does he mean to say that I have ever punished him unjustly?'

But the cry is all a lie; for no statesman ever could be unjustly put to death by the city of which he is the head.

Yet we unjustly select a particle, and say, 'O steel-filing number one!

He felt that he was unjustly angry but, oh, he was so hopeless!

"You feel he was unjustly sentenced," the colonel concluded.

If you've any notion that you've been unjustly treated—get rid of it.

He was often attacked and unjustly accused; but he never attacked in return.