INJUS'TICE, noun [Latin injustitia; in and justitia, justice.]
1. Iniquity; wrong; any violation of another's rights, as fraud in contracts, or the withholding of what is due. It has a particular reference to an unequal distribution of rights, property or privileges among persons who have equal claims.
2. The withholding from another merited praise, or ascribing to him unmerited blame.