unrightfulness

unrightfulness

(ʌnˈraɪtfʊlnəs)
n
the quality of being unjust or unrightful
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Such passages draw explicit links between past grievances and a present, continued sense of the unrightfulness (and foreignness) of current rulers: the Norman conquest invoked in St Wulfstan leads to the narrator's remark that with William 'al Enguelond' came 'In-to vnecoupe mannes honde : pat no riCht ne hadden par-to; / And neuereft [it] ne cam a-[??]ein : to riChte Eyres none' (20.87-89).
(73) This sentiment about the unrightfulness of the current kings is reiterated through line 94.