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In the end, Britain got “a fair deal,” one that reflects the highly unequal power dynamics between an island nation of 67 million people and a large Continent with 448 million.

From Fortune

The first concern is that the distribution of costs and benefits is very unequal.

In 2015, Greece, Thailand, Israel, and the UK were equally unequal.

From Quartz

Board member Jacinta Greene said she cast her vote Monday on behalf of everyone who tried and failed to alter the name and for students of color who suffered through unequal education in Alexandria.

Much of the problem, however, lies in the unequal way America treats mental health compared with physical illnesses.

But at the same time, markets involve people in new roles and relationships, which can feel just as mandatory and unequal.

The problem comes in when unequal economic power extorts emotional work.

Similarly, the video selections for each contestant were wildly unequal, for no apparent reason.

The grossly unequal societies we now know were beginning to form.

The most recent numbers place it as the seventh-most unequal among 35 OECD states.

The segments of the corolla are pointed but on some varieties unequal, particularly that of Shiraz tobacco.

Those varieties of the plant with heart-shaped leaves have paniculated flowers with unequal cups.

The courage of the natives proved unequal to the danger of facing such a charge.

Mr. Alsop was thought to be of good heart, but unequal, as Mr. Scott affirmed, "to the trust in point of abilities."

The writer made its acquaintance in 1866, when it was tuned on the unequal temperament system.


On this page you'll find 81 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unequal, such as: differing, uneven, disparate, dissimilar, distant, and divergent.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.