justly justly  /ˈdʒəst li/


  1. (adv) with honesty
  2. (adv) in accordance with moral or social standards



  1. The French are justly proud of their revolutionary tradition.
  2. Once you get over its epic scale, Singapore port is mainly remarkable for its remorseless efficiency, and General Tana modest, affable chapis justly proud of it.
  3. Kurosawa, justly celebrated for his muscular action spectacles, achieves a delicate and totally unsentimental irony in this small, glowing gem of a movie.


  • The Producers (Blu-ray)

    DVD Talk Collector Series THE FILM: Click an image to view Blu-ray screenshot with 1080p resolution. After unsuccessfully pitching The Producers to several studios and directors, Mel Brooks decided to direct the project - then titled Springtime for Hitler - himself. This 1968 comedy is Brooks' first directorial outing and is justly considered one of the funniest films ever made. Stage producers ...
    on June 19, 2013     Source: DVD Talk


  1. Bush said that while the inspector general's report "justly made issue of FBI shortfalls, (it) also made clear that these letters were important to the security of the United States."
    on Mar 11, 2007 By: President Bush Source: International Herald Tribune

  2. "This decision is a legal absurdity and I have every confidence that the French courts will resolve the matter justly and impartially," Briatore said in a statement confirming the court action on Sunday.
    on Oct 18, 2009 By: Flavio Briatore Source: Reuters India

  3. Obama said he would press BP executives to deal "justly, fairly and promptly" with damage claims when he meets them at the White House on Wednesday.
    on Jun 15, 2010 By: Barack Obama Source: Vancouver Sun

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