Examples from the Web for equalizer
Belgium pressed relentlessly for an equalizer, dominating play from about the 70th minute to the final whistle.Costa Rica vs. the Netherlands: A Tale of Two Goalies|Tunku Varadarajan|July 5, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Trotter says that for women, the ability to "arm ourselves" is an equalizer.
Nuclear weapons are today what the Colt 45 was in the Wild West—an equalizer.
"We serve as the equalizer," the super PAC's spokesman Curtis Ellis told NPR.
More than one model of handgun has been named “The Equalizer.”
Interest is therefore the equalizer of the value of things in different periods.The Principles of Economics|Frank A. Fetter
It may be the cheap and simple arm that anyone can make and use—the equalizer!Security|Poul William Anderson
What should be done if a driving spring hanger or equalizer should break?
He would invent an "equalizer" to take the "whip" out of the action between car and trailer.Plowing On Sunday|Sterling North
What should be done with a broken engine truck spring or equalizer?
British Dictionary definitions for equalizer
Word Origin and History for equalizer
1792, agent noun from equalize. Sports sense attested by 1930; in the U.S. underworld slang sense of "pistol," it is from c.1900.