The flesh side of the leather is then pared with the moon-knife, or in the shaving machine, to equalise the thickness.
No human repentance is enough to equalise deadly sin and be fruitful.
The land and water are better mixed on Mars than on the earth—a fact which tends to equalise the climate.
It was all the youth's friends could do in order to equalise the chances.
A spiral slip of platina foil immersed in the liquid may tend to equalise its ebullition.
His aim had been to try to equalise things a little, and this by way of reverence.
I thought none but the devil himself could equalise me for inward wickedness and pollution of mind.
A shilling or two were sufficient to equalise the balance against all the weight of my heroism and patriotic ardour together.
Though they have no tendency to equalise powers of achievement, they tend to produce an artificial equality of expectation.
I thought none but the devil could equalise me for inward wickedness; and thus I continued a long while, even some years together.