Examples of inequality in a Sentence
They discussed the problem of inequality between students.
He accused the company of inequality in its hiring practices.
He has proposed a new system designed to remove inequalities in health care.
Recent Examples of inequality from the Web
Hsiang and his coauthors have estimated that every degree Celsius the earth warms will cost the country more than a percentage point of GDP, worsening income inequality as well.
To dismiss segregation is to accept structural inequality and the status quo.
Xi last week signaled a shift in priorities to address income inequality rather than hitting economic growth targets.
The neoliberal world order has essentially been a machine generating forms of extreme urbanization rooted in inequality.
The government also appears to be getting income inequality under control.
Our players, just like so many others across our league, have been honest and thoughtful with their attempt to bring awareness to the issues of inequality and social injustice.
This official runs on a platform of reducing income inequality, and their hypocrisy makes me resentful and angry.
When economic inequality is at record highs, undermining the social compact that undergirds capitalism, the GOP is making things far worse.
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Origin and Etymology of inequality
First Known Use: 15th centurySee Words from the same year
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