manifestly unjust

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  • But to lead each applicant to believe that he has been engaged subject only to his ability to make good is manifestly unjust. Cited from Increasing Efficiency In Business, by W.D. Scott
  • It would be manifestly unjust if, after a rain postponement, the competing teams did not remain and play the game off before playing elsewhere. Cited from Spalding's Official Baseball Guide - 1913, Edited by John B. Foster
  • In both cases therefore it was manifestly unjust, that a man should be made to labour during the whole of his life, and yet have no benefit from his labour. Cited from Abolition of the African Slave Trade, Vol. II, by Thomas Clarkson
  • If you apply it to the blacks alone, it is manifestly unjust. Cited from Women and the Alphabet, by Thomas Wentworth Higginson
  • He represented to the Elector his hesitation about employing the power of the state to carry out a manifestly unjust measure. Cited from German Classics of the 19th & 20th Centuries, Vol. IV, by Francke (Ed.)
  • This was manifestly unjust, both to the great orator and the ministers themselves. Cited from History of England in Three Volumes, Vol. III, by E. Farr & E. H. Nolan
  • All were of the opinion that the archbishop ought not to yield, since what they were trying to compel him to do was manifestly unjust. Cited from The Philippine Islands, 1493-1898, Vol. 25, Ed. by Blair & Robertson
  • This was manifestly unjust and it was not like Weary; but this night's mission was getting on his nerves. Cited from The Lonesome Trail and Other Stories, by B. M. Bower
  • To make the taxing power an actual benefit to one class necessarily increases the burden of the others beyond their proportion, and would be manifestly unjust. Cited from Messages and Papers of the Presidents: James Knox Polk, by Richardson
  • That accusation about wishing to keep her locked up for ever with Miss Majendie is so manifestly unjust that he takes it hardly. Cited from A Little Rebel, by Mrs. Hungerford
  • He pays his share of the school taxes and it is manifestly unjust to deny him the accruing benefits. Cited from History of the American Negro in the Great World War, by Sweeney
  • That accusation about wishing to keep her locked up forever with Miss Majendie is so manifestly unjust that he takes it hardly. Cited from A Little Rebel, by Margaret Wolfe Hungerford
  • Such a criticism is manifestly unjust, the outcome of contemporary anger and prejudice. Cited from Rambles and Recollections of an Indian Official, by William Sleeman
  • As woman needs the ballot primarily to protect herself, it is manifestly unjust to restrict the suffrage for her, when man has it without restriction. Cited from Women and the Alphabet, by Thomas Wentworth Higginson
  • Here we must pause to notice that to ask Russia to demobilise, without requiring the same measure from Austria, was manifestly unjust. Cited from The Development of the European Nations, by John Holland Rose
  • The books do present some manifestly unjust, tyrannical and or outright cruel members of the aristocracy, though they are definitely in the minority.
  • They were arraigned before the military tribunal, and so manifestly unjust was the accusation that an officer of the regular army of Spain volunteered to defend them. Cited from Our War With Spain For Cuba's Freedom, by T. White
  • It is sufficient that he consider it as not manifestly unjust, and that he consider his king -- as we all do ours -- as so Catholic and so good, that he will war upon no one without a very just reason. Cited from The Philippine Islands, 1493-1898, Vol. 23, Ed. by Blair & Robertson
  • Apotex relied on the doctrine that a manifestly unjust domestic legal decision breaches international law and can be viewed as a substantive denial of justice.
  • He had promised that he would then let him know all that there was to be known; and he had done so advisedly, considering that it would be manifestly unjust to leave him in the dark an hour longer than was absolutely necessary. Cited from Castle Richmond, by Anthony Trollope
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