equitable

[ ek-wi-tuh-buhl ]SEE DEFINITION OF equitable

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EQUITABLE

Not if the tenure of power is dependent upon its equitable administration.

Some one answered that "was an equitable statement of the case."

Be of good courage, Mr. Fielding is a just and equitable magistrate.

Early in the day, these architects had made an equitable division of their duties.

That's a perfectly fair and equitable division of responsibility.

For instance: An equitable division can be made between all the plunderers.

If slave labor, then, is profitable, slaveholding is equitable.

It is not permitted to the most equitable of men to be a judge in his own cause.

My readers are by this time familiar with the condition of affairs in the Equitable.

It is a most equitable rule,” added the Monarch, “that what concerns all should be judged of by all.

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