from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The state or quality of being equitable; equitability.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality of being equitable, just, or impartial.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The quality of being equitable or impartial; justice; equity; fairness: as, the equitableness of a judge; the equitableness of a decision, or of a distribution of property.
The transition was some-how made from hence to the equitableness that ought to be in our judg-ments of one another.
‘All I want is a degree of equitableness between us.’
I wish to say one word more, before I take my seat, on the report and scheme of these Park Commissioners; and that is its entire equitableness in its attention to localities.
Related to justness, and belonging thereto in the wider sense of the word, is the subordinate virtue of equitableness or fairness.
Right, in the wide sense of the word, has three stages: mere right, which requires that we injure no one; equitableness, which leaves and imparts to every one his own; and piety, which fulfills the will of God and thereby preserves the harmony of the world.
There is a want of equitableness and fairness in his stern and sometimes cruel condemnations; and yet not religion only, but the wisest wisdom of the world tells of the indispensable value of this equitableness, this old Greek virtue of [Greek: epieikeia], in our views of men and things.
A habit of mind is formed which lasts through life, of which the attributes are, freedom, equitableness, calmness, moderation, and wisdom; or what in a former Discourse I have ventured to call a philosophical habit.
Although the causes of the ruin of Antichrist be to some conspicuous enough, yet to some they may be otherwise; yea, and will to all kings and people whose eyes shall be held, that they may not see the judgment, in the reasonableness and equitableness thereof; and these shall wail when they see 'the smoke of her -- torment'; and these shall cry, Alas!
Ovum analyst Tony Cripps said: "To succeed, the WAC operators will have to overcome the sometimes considerable prejudice that developers have towards operator-driven developer communities - for reasons of perceived equitableness, visibility, (in) competence in software matters and various other factors."
Let's see it is for honesty, equitableness (fairness) and balance.
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