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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INEQUALITY

And the upshot of that dumb battle is inequality—and beauty.

The inequality of the contest adds greatly to the humour of the scene.

Hence there is a principle of inequality, and therefore of motion, in all time.

Then the one partakes of inequality, and in respect of this the others are unequal to it?

That would imply likeness and unlikeness, equality and inequality.

And we also said, that it did not partake of inequality or unlikeness.

In his heart of hearts he had realized from the first his inequality in this losing battle.

Inequality is stamped indelibly into our language as into no other great language.

If a man quarrels with the inequality among men, his quarrel is with God.

The inequality was as great as that between certainty and uncertainty.

WORD ORIGIN

early 15c., "difference of rank or dignity," from Old French inequalité (14c.) and directly from Medieval Latin inaequalitas, from Latin inaequalis "unequal," from in- "not, opposite of" (see in- (1)) + aequalis "equal" (see equal).

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