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  • adj. inequitable

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. Inequitable.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Inequitable.

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Examples

  • But the augmentation of this graduation for equitable benefits is unfair, socialist, and will present a pressure for these benefits to become unequitable.

    Pelosi: Health care surtax could be lowered, not eliminated

  • Moreover, Allende inherited Chile's food shortages, caused by an inefficient and unequitable agricultural system.

    Bubbles

  • Amp addressed it in offering up that feminism addresses all people hurt within a system that is unequitable.

    Should men be called feminists?

  • Nations in fresh Troubles by any unreasonable and unequitable Pretensions.

    John Adams autobiography, part 3, "Peace," 1779-1780

  • -- The objections, Dr. Taylor says, to coöperation are, first in the fact that no form of coöperation has been devised in which each individual is allowed free scope for his personal ambition; second, in the remoteness of the reward; third, in the unequitable division of the profits.

    The Psychology of Management The Function of the Mind in Determining, Teaching and Installing Methods of Least Waste

  • When we have succeeded in getting through these thick husks of untruth we find that the idea of liberty which floats before the eyes of woman is, not at all a question of freedom from unequitable legal restraints, but essentially a question of getting more of the personal liberty (or command of other people's services), which the possession of money confers and more freedom from sexual restraints.

    The Unexpurgated Case Against Woman Suffrage

  • I Sent you Word, that Varenus insisted on a Right of calling his Witnesses: This was esteem'd by some to be just, by others unequitable, and indeed, obstinate; especially by Licinius Nepos, who in the following Assembly of the Senate, when they proceeded upon other Affairs, made a Speech upon the last Decree, and reviv'd the Cause that was then concluded.

    Pliny's Epistles in Ten Books: Volume 1, Books 1-6

  • But he warned that the former might worsen the state of the city's budget in the economic downturn, while the latter could result in an unequitable cost-sharing arrangement between classes of users.

    Aspen Times - Top Stories

  • The tax is unequitable, as homeowners must pay the full 100 percent, while commercial and apartment owners are allowed to spread the tax over several units.

    Long Beach Press Telegram Most Viewed

  • They are not in a position to pressurise India for any unjust and unequitable solution of Kashmir issue.

    xml's Blinklist.com

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