just (adj.) Old form(s): iust
accurate, exact, precise
2H4 III.ii.80[Shallow to Bardolph, of the account of 'accommodated'] It is very just
2H4 IV.i.23[Mowbray to Archbishop, of the King's forces] The just proportion that we gave them out
H5 IV.vii.114[King Henry to heralds] Bring me just notice of the numbers dead
KL III.i.37[disguised Kent to Gentleman] you shall find / Some that will thank you making just report
MA II.i.333[Leonato to Claudio, of his marriage] Not till Monday ... which is hence a just seven-night
Mac V.iv.14.2[Macduff to all] Let our just censures / Attend the true event
MV IV.i.324[Portia as Balthasar to Shylock] If thou tak'st more / Or less than a just pound
Oth I.iii.5[Second Senator to Duke, of the reports] though they jump not on a just accompt ... yet do they all confirm / A Turkish fleet
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