equitably

All Adverb
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  • But that you cannot equitably receive them, this you have still to learn. Cited from History of the Peloponnesian War, by Thucydides
  • I cannot see how this can be made to work equitably. Cited from Essays in Natural History and Agriculture, by Thomas Garnett
  • I must say, however, that on this occasion the matter was quite equitably managed. Cited from Sunny Memories of Foreign Lands V2, by H. Stowe
  • Yet lend me my life for a little till I may meet you more equitably. Cited from Gallantry, by James Branch Cabell
  • Whether the ministry might not equitably have demanded more is not worth a question. Cited from The Works of Samuel Johnson, Vol. 6, by Samuel Johnson
  • I sometimes think it would be easier to share you equitably with another woman than to share you with this business. Cited from Burning Daylight, by Jack London
  • But there are those who will not judge so equitably. Cited from Works Of The Right Honourable Edmund Burke, Vol. IX. (of 12), by Burke
  • If a balance of power is established quickly and equitably, very little happens. Cited from The Glands Regulating Personality, by Louis Berman, M.D
  • Will you say that we now govern equitably, and that there is no danger of such revolution? Cited from The World's Best Orations, Vol. 1 (of 10), by Various
  • The only question is, how can we distribute them equitably so that all interests will be protected. Cited from The Outlet, by Andy Adams
  • The production of labor is being more evenly and equitably distributed than ever before. Cited from American Architect and Building News, Vol. 27, Jan-Mar, 1890,by Various
  • State parties must also ensure that available resources are accessed and used equitably.
  • For the wages question equitably settled, the foundation for every remaining social reform is laid. Cited from Direct Legislation by the Citizenship, by James W. Sullivan
  • But by no system possible of putting into practical execution can these gifts be equitably divided among all men. Cited from Monopolies and the People, by Charles Whiting Baker
  • The many treaties made in good faith with the Indian by our government we would like to see equitably settled. Cited from American Indian stories, by Zitkala-Sa
  • The apportionment could not have been so fairly and equitably made if the other plan had been adopted. Cited from The Facts of Reconstruction, by John R. Lynch
  • Simply put innovation is needed where education systems fail to deliver quality learning equitably.
  • In this way only can the natural and acquired advantages of the country be equitably shared by the whole people. Cited from The History of the Fabian Society, by Edward R. Pease
  • This system is designed to ensure that influence is shared equitably between different interest groups without having to limit the number of members.
  • It represented the provinces more equitably, and some of its members possessed instructions to form only a federal republic.
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Meaning of equitably

  • adverb In an equitable manner
    the inheritance was equitably divided among the sisters