The burden of conversation is unequally distributed if one has to think of two answers to each one remark of one's interlocutor.
Our perceptions, æsthetic and gastronomic, were unequally developed.
In full leaf, it is unequally pleasing; it has the appearance of an overgrown bush.
Marriage has ever been a one-sided matter, resting most unequally upon the sexes.
King Olaf was ordering a change of faith in Norway, and the people took to it most unequally.
His lips were bloodless as he stared at the unequally matched pair.
There is not one law for the rich and another for the poor; if there were they might not be so unequally treated.
It is unequally and often unjustly or defectively administered.
The town has been laid out with great rectangularity; the river divides it unequally.
There can be no doubt that the antagonists were unequally matched.