Definitions for poetic justice
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
an ideal or particularly fitting distribution of rewards and punishments.
Origin of poetic justice:
poetic justice, just deserts(noun)
an outcome in which virtue triumphs over vice (often ironically)
The rewarding of virtue, and the punishment of vice, especially in an ironic manner
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