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adverb as in not evenly

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Furthermore, there are concerns about unequal access to such wilderness courses, as college-age students of color often have fewer opportunities or the financial resources to shell out for trips that can cost thousands of dollars.

From Ozy

When my daughter was young, I experienced the same structural and cultural challenges faced by far too many working moms—which force us to compete on an unequal playing field.

From Fortune

If a single parent with limited income is not able to do that, it’s again creating this unequal divide between the haves and have-nots and it’s just not right.

Through his childhood, those kinds of attitudes and that kind of language resulted in separate and unequal schools.

From Fortune

The global impacts of climate change are inherently unequal.

From Quartz

Congress cannot treat unequally those whom a state has chosen to treat equally.

Suppose one believes, as many JVP-ers do, that it is morally wrong to establish a state wherein citizens are treated unequally.

It is clearly undemocratic—treating financial institutions and their creditors unequally.

He had a red, jolly face, divided unequally by a great black moustache, and his manner was hearty.

The whole Court was divided between the competitors, but divided very unequally.

My two natures had memory in common, but all other faculties were most unequally shared between them.

It is remarkable how unequally these baneful visitations affect the different races of the inhabitants.

"Be ye not unequally yoked together with unbelievers," is a command which may not be lightly broken.


On this page you'll find 5 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to unequally, such as: unevenly, and unfairly.

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