[ dˈuː d͡ʒˌe͡ɪsˈiː], [ dˈuː dʒˌeɪsˈiː], [ d_ˈuː dʒ_ˌeɪ_s_ˈiː]
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How to use "Dojc" in context?
Do you ever have a feeling that the courts are stacked against you? Do you feel like the justice system is rigged against you? If so, you're not alone. And there's a good reason for it. Priests, politicians and other powerful people have used the power of the courts for their own benefit for centuries. Corruption in the judiciary is a big problem and it needs to be fixed.
The judiciary is supposed to be an independent branch of government that is impartial and fair. But that's not always the case. The court system is stacked against the average person because powerful people can use the courts to their advantage.
Homophones for Dojc:
- deuce-ace, dyaus, daze, dutch, dixie, deathwatch, diocese, duchy, 366 days, dace, des, Diesis, deck-house, do the dishes, dietetics, dog, dak, dachau, dusk, discase, dj, decius, dose, diaz, dec, diathesis, dias, degas, doss, deduce, ducky, dioecious, douse, dago, duck sauce, DCI, dacha, dukas, dds, daucus, disco, dish, dhegiha, disc, disk access, detusk, dough, ds, duds, deutzia, dash, dosage, dick, dais, doughy, dachsie, douche, digs, ditch, dec 24, dassie, Dhaka, dog show, dyke, dag, dog house, decease, dika, deuce, death house, doggy, dodge, duteous, DECO, dig, dike, Dutch Hoe, duck, diss, de-ice, dagga, doohickey, disk-jockey, dts, deixis, death wish, dockage, daisy, detach, duke, doge, degage, deck, disc-jockey, dacca, duchess, dyadic, dix, dhak, dogie, degauss, dozy, diazo, dkg, dickie, dotage, dawes, day watch, discus, dishy, dosshouse, dowse, DoJ, doghouse, decoy, doggo, doze, das, De Sica, desk, dead sea, detox, dead duck, dicky, desex, dis, disk, dusky, dg, death tax, disa, dekko, dizygous, dicey, disguise, days, dehisce, dec 25, decay, dashiki, doc, disc jockey, deeds, dizzy, d.c., dickey, dock, dug, dyschezia, decoke, duce, dogy, dodgy, doggie, dice, disease, deice, duse, DC, de-access, disk jockey, duck's egg, 365 days, dietetic, DTIC, daishiki, doxy, disk cache, disuse, discuss, detick, dos.
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