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Word "JUST" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Adverb
Definition:
(used for emphasis) absolutely
Synonyms:
simply
Examples:
I just can't take it anymore
he was just grand as Romeo

Part of Speech:
Adverb
Definition:
indicating exactness or preciseness
Synonyms:
exactly, precisely, properly
Examples:
it was just as he said--the jewel was gone
it has just enough salt

Part of Speech:
Adjective
Definition:
free from favoritism or self-interest or bias or deception; conforming with established standards or rules
Synonyms:
fair

Crossword Clues for JUST

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Clue Source Date
Non-partisan in Apt - not the one in France? Irish Times Crosaire 10 May 2021
Incorruptible extremes of Judas Priest Irish Times Crosaire 17 Mar 2021
Only The Telegraph Quick 16 Mar 2021
Fair LA Times Daily 19 Jan 2021
Barely Universal 09 Nov 2020
Equitable Eugene Sheffer 12 Aug 2020
Fair-minded Wall Street Journal 09 Jun 2020
Right and fair The Times Concise 15 May 2020
Righteous USA Today 23 Mar 2020
Barely reasonable The Sun Two Speed 03 Mar 2020
Solomonlike New York Times 17 Nov 2019
Merited, by a whisker The Telegraph Cryptic 27 Oct 2019
Perfectly fair The Telegraph Toughie 23 Aug 2019
It's only fair The Telegraph Cryptic 19 Jul 2019
Barely deserved The Telegraph Cryptic 24 Mar 2019
Starts 13 down by the skin of one's teeth Irish Times Crosaire 19 Dec 2018
Morally upright USA Today 19 Dec 2018
Reasonable or fair The Sun Two Speed 17 Nov 2018
Merited The Times Concise 04 Nov 2018
Deserved first from schoolteacher in project The Telegraph Toughie 20 Apr 2018
Only fair? The Telegraph Cryptic 02 Jan 2018
Ethically right The Telegraph Quick 02 Dec 2017
Simply fair The Telegraph Cryptic 03 Nov 2017
Fair in one's dealings USA Today 23 Jul 2017
Fair and honorable Universal 12 Mar 2017
__ in time (right before the deadline) Newsday 27 Feb 2017
Impartial The Telegraph Quick 04 Feb 2017
Barely; impartial The Telegraph Quick 18 Jul 2016
Merely The Telegraph Quick 27 May 2016
Exactly like Edgar Wallace's four men! The Times Cryptic 21 Apr 2016
Absolutely impartial magistrate ditching formality The Telegraph Toughie 03 Mar 2016
Only son entering project The Telegraph Cryptic 26 Jan 2016
Part 2 of observation Newsday 08 Jan 2016
And nothing more Irish Times Simplex 02 Sep 2015
Only — fair The Guardian Quick 25 Jul 2015
With 18-Across, 'To be on the safe side ...' New York Times 28 Jun 2015
Fair; barely The Telegraph Quick 22 Jun 2015
Exactly New York Times 24 May 2015
By a whisker The Guardian Quick 11 Apr 2015
With 18-Across, "To be on the safe side ..."
Rightful
No more than
A moment ago
Fair and square
Fair and impartial
With "in" and 12-Down, as a precaution
Word with "kidding" or "married"
See 15-Across
Evenhanded
Like some deserts
Nothing but
Scarcely
"___ My Imagination" (Temptations chart-topper)
Fair partner
Lawful
Nothing more than
Even-handed
Not more than
Honorable and fair
Word with kidding or married
Eulogy, Part 3
"___ do it"
"_____ kidding!"
"___ Shoot Me"
BEGIN: STEP DOWN
With 36 and 38 Across, start of impatient customer's response
Upright
Condign
"___ a Gigolo," 1930 song
Deserved
Fair.
Right.
Evenhanded.
Merited.
Upright.
Equitable.
Proper.
Well-founded.
Impartial.
Epithet of 20 Across.
With 20-Across, "Only think about a Belgian tennis player!"?
Open-minded
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