equalize

[ ee-kwuh-lahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF equalize

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How to equalize families and allotments will be one of the chief cares of the guardians of the laws.

This will tend to force the growth of the weaker shoots and to equalize the vigor of all.

That's because there are no protecting layers of clouds to equalize the radiation.

The most that the law can do is to equalize the conditions of sale.

Winnie can't go and teach there to equalize their school bills!

All that can be done here is to equalize the inconvenience of the scarcity.

This will equalize the burden, and leave no room for complaint.

With this useful weapon we can equalize the scales of justice.

The new ruling, however, has helped to equalize the situation.

And why has the state no right to equalize or apportion worldly wealth?

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