[juhst-nis] /ˈdʒʌst nɪs/
the quality or state of being , equitable, or right:
His justness was never doubted.
conformity to fact or rule; correctness; exactness.
early 15c., from just (adj.) + -ness.
- Just noticeable difference
noun 1. (psychol) another name for difference threshold jnd
- Just now
1. Exactly at this time, as in Harry isn’t here just now; can he call you back? [ Late 1600s ] 2. Only a moment ago, as in As she was saying just now, they are fully booked. [ Early 1600s ]
- Just off the boat
modifier Just in from a foreign country; also, naive and gullible: They don’t understand; they are just off the boat
- Just one of those things
noun phrase Something that can hardly be predicted, justified, explained, or avoided, but is an intrinsic and sometimes a distressful part of living •The gestural equivalent is a shrug: Their divorce was just one of those things (1930s+) A random occurrence that can’t be explained. For example, It wasn’t their fault that the show failed; […]