How to use Injustices in a sentence

injustices
  • We may not consider ourselves to be wealthy, but are we greedy and do we knowingly or unknowingly perpetuate injustices?

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  • They can't quite reconcile to the fact that injustices are committed everyday in our world, and this truly drives them crazy.

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  • Other lastborns engage in sibling rivalry because of the injustices they think they experience because they are the youngest.

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  • After all, the world is full of ugly injustices, and if Libra's house is not beautiful, where is the balance to all that pettiness and greed?

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  • She is not shy about empowering women and speaking out against injustices in the industries she's involved in directly.

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  • The Kaffirs had suffered much injustice, especially from the commando-reprisal system, but they had also committed many injustices, and for the disturbed state of the border the vacillating policy of the Cape government was largely to blame.

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  • It is often the petty injustices and the high handedness of minor bureaucrats which often outrage and alienate Mr and Mrs Joe Public.

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  • There is no justification for Labor 's failure to remedy these injustices.

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  • Other middle children capitalize on the injustice they feel as children and become trial lawyers or social activists because such roles allow them to fight against other social injustices.

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  • As a child, even minor injustices probably seemed grossly unfair.

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  • Because of such injustices the Philippian jailer and his household was converted, and a whole battalion of Roman soldiers heard the Gospel.

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  • The female protestor launched into a tirade about the injustices of gender discrimination.

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  • The missionaries were charged with the task of undermining the authority of the Omayyads, by drawing attention to all the injustices that took place under their reign, and to all the luxury and wantonness of the court, as contrasted with the misery of many of their subjects.

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