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This page is about the noun "injustice", which can be both countable and uncountable

injustice → uncountable

Meaning: unfair treatment or mistaken legal judgement

Example sentence: Mary says she wants to work with people who fight injustice in the world.

injustice → countable

Meaning: a particular action, judgement or situation that's unfair

Example sentence: The report describes many of the injustices that poor people face every day.

Quick Quiz:

In which sentence is the word "injustice" countable?

a. Billions of people face poverty and injustice every day.

b. Many of these injustices are still being ignored.

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Contributor: Matt Errey