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Meaning of JUSTICE

Pronunciation:  'justis, 'justis

Matching Terms:  justice department, justice of god, justice of the peace, justiceable, justicehood, justicement, justicer, justiceship, justiciable, justiciar, justiciary, justico

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 Definition: Dreaming that you demand justice means that you are threatened with embarrassment from false statements and accusations. Dreaming that others demand justice from you means your conduct and reputation are being questioned.
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