Just definitions

jŭst
Right or fair; equitable; impartial.

A just decision.

adjective
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1
Righteous; upright.

A just man.

adjective
154
1
Deserved; merited.

Just praise.

adjective
151
1
Legally right; lawful; rightful.
adjective
148
3
Proper, fitting, etc.

A just balance of colors.

adjective
145
3
Well-founded; reasonable.

A just suspicion.

adjective
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0
Honorable and fair in one's dealings and actions.

A just ruler.

adjective
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4
Correct or true.

A just report.

adjective
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3
Consistent with what is morally right; righteous.

A just cause.

adjective
137
1
Accurate; exact.

A just measure.

adjective
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1
Properly due or merited.

Just deserts.

adjective
134
2
Neither more nor less than; precisely; exactly.

Just one o'clock.

adverb
133
3
Valid within the law; lawful.

Just claims.

adjective
131
0
Almost at the point of; nearly.

Just preparing to leave.

adverb
130
3
Suitable or proper in nature; fitting.

A just touch of solemnity.

adjective
128
2
No more than; only.

Just a taste, just teasing you.

adverb
127
3
Based on fact or sound reason; well-founded.

A just appraisal.

adjective
125
3
By a very small amount; barely.

To just miss a train.

adverb
124
3
Precisely; exactly.

Just enough salt.

adverb
122
2
A very short time ago.

She has just left.

adverb
121
2
Only a moment ago.

He just arrived.

adverb
119
3
Immediately.

Just east of the church.

adverb
118
2
By a narrow margin; barely.

Just missed being hit; just caught the bus before it pulled away.

adverb
116
1
Quite; really.

To feel just fine.

adverb
115
3
At a little distance.

Just down the road.

adverb
113
2
noun
112
2
Merely; only.

Just a scratch.

adverb
110
2
Simply; certainly.

It's just beautiful!

adverb
107
1
Perhaps; possibly.

I just may go.

adverb
104
3
The definition of just is fair or right.

An example of just is proper, lawful punishment for a crime.

adjective
15
0
Just is defined as right before or merely.

An example of just is a boy entering the school immediately prior to the late bell ringing.

An example of just is working only a few hours per week.

adverb
12
0
Factually fair; right, correct; proper.

It is a just assessment of the facts.

adjective
9
0
(sentence adverb) Used to reduce the force of an imperative; simply.

Just follow the directions on the box.

adverb
9
0

It looks like a just solution at first glance.

adjective
6
0
(speech act) Used to convey a less serious or formal tone.

I just called to say "hi".

adverb
6
0
Only, simply, merely.

Plant just a few tomatoes, unless you can, freeze, or dry them.

He calls it vermilion, but it's just red to me.

adverb
3
0
(speech act) Used to show humility.

Lord, we just want to thank You and praise Your Name.

adverb
3
0
Moments ago, recently.

They just left, but you may leave a message at the desk.

adverb
0
0

The fastball just missed my head!

The piece just might fit.

adverb
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0

He wants everything just right for the big day.

adverb
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0
adverb
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noun
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To joust, fight a tournament.

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Origin of just

From Middle English juste, from Old French juste, from Latin iustus (“just, lawful, rightful, true, due, proper, moderate”), from ius (“law, right”). Cognate with Dutch & Scottish juist, French juste etc.