equal

[ ee-kwuhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF equal

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If formed on equal and just principles, it can not be oppressive.

These laws are general and their administration should be uniform and equal.

When your obstinacy is equal to any other person's passion, blame not your brother.

In Vienna, L. 11,000 a-year is equal to twice the sum in England.

For the cause of just fraternity, and the equal rights of man.

In the cause of just fraternity, and the equal rights of man!

And sneer'd at just fraternity, and the equal rights of man.

For the cause of just fraternity, and the equal rights of man!

In the brilliancy of his gifts he was at least the equal of Bolingbroke.

Misreading is all that we are equal to, but it is something to be able to misread.

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