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corrupt dishonest, disloyal, unjust, or otherwise immoral. [2/11 definitions]
defamation the act of causing damage to the reputation of a person, group, or institution by making unfavorable and unjust statements. [1/2 definitions]
defame to damage or destroy the reputation of (a person, group, or institution) by making unfavorable and unjust statements. [1/2 definitions]
favoritism the unjust favoring of one group or person over another.
indignant feeling or showing anger in response to something considered unjust or unworthy.
indignation righteous anger in response to something considered unjust or unworthy.
iniquitous of, showing, or characterized by iniquity; wicked, sinful, or unjust.
outrage an act that causes intense anger or offense by being considered unfair, unjust, grossly inappropriate, or indecent. [2/6 definitions]
shameful immoral, unjust, or indecent; wrongful. [1/3 definitions]
Star Chamber (often l.c.) any similarly unjust or severe tribunal, investigating committee, or group empowered to judge. [1/2 definitions]
tyrannous arbitrarily cruel, unjust, or oppressive; tyrannical.
tyrant a ruler who governs absolutely and with arbitrary or unjust cruelty and oppression. [1/3 definitions]
unrighteous of a verdict, decision, or the like, unjust or unfair. [1/2 definitions]
wrong acting in an unjust, unsuitable, or incorrect way. [1/13 definitions]
wrongful opposite what is right or fair; unjust. [1/2 definitions]