Examples of equality in a Sentence
the ideals of liberty and equality
it's absurd to suggest that there's an equality in the evil committed by the Nazis and the crimes of the government of that Asian country
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The objectives, as much as anything else, was to some how, some way convey unity, some how some way convey the importance of equality.
The protest, Williams said, is about the U.S. contradicting itself, claiming to hold values of equality and inclusion but not living up to its ideal.
Continue to use your voices and your platforms for racial equality and to stop injustices in our communities.
This woman is an absolute icon of equality and L.G.B.T. rights.
As a welcoming city, Anchorage is focusing on building inclusivity as both the foundation for our prosperity and the tangible expression of equality and equity.
According to the Labor Department, State Street, the asset management firm that installed the statue—which has been hailed by some as a powerful symbol of female equality—has paid women in top leadership roles less men in similar positions.
It was commonly held that black people were inferior to white people and that the races could not exist on a level of equality.
The trickle down is real, y’all: Talyor is clearly a Salesforce customer, and has been influenced by their equality efforts.
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First Known Use of equality
Synonymscoequality, coordinateness, equivalence, equivalency, par, parity, sameness
Antonymsimparity, inequality, nonequivalence
Related Wordscomparability, compatibility, correlation, correspondence; alikeness, community, likeness, parallelism, resemblance, similarity, similitude; exchangeability, interchangeability; identicalness, identity
Near Antonymsdifference, disagreement, discrepancy, disparateness, disparity, distinction, distinctiveness, distinctness, divergence, diverseness, diversity; incompatibility; dissimilarity, unlikeness
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