inequitable

[ in-ek-wi-tuh-buh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF inequitable

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This is inequitable, to say the least, and should be remedied.

Plausible as this rule may appear, it is impracticable, inequitable, and unjust.

In many cases it might be inequitable to allow costs, and the court should be left free to exercise its legal discretion.

Even in the driest aspect of the case, the match was not inequitable.

Too many of our welfare programs are inequitable and invite abuse.

Hence if the rule of equality of net advantages were practicable it would be inequitable.

The infliction of such a burden upon the ratepayers of Ireland was felt to be inequitable.

Because an inequitable system of taxation, discriminates in their favor; offering aid and encouragement for them to do so.

This process would be so arbitrary and inequitable in its operation as to be intolerable.

There is no reason, however, to suppose that this spirit of inequitable partizanship was confined to Roman Catholics.

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