Examples from the Web for equitably
Justice must be equitably distributed ... If Taylor is the only devil, it is unfair.Charles Taylor’s Hague Sentence Sparks War-Crimes Debate In Liberia|Clair MacDougall|May 30, 2012|DAILY BEAST
In this way only can the natural and acquired advantages of the country be equitably shared by the whole people.
They were all, Jane's hours, serenely and equitably disposed.The Creators|May Sinclair
Work, and wealth resulting therefrom, should be equitably distributed over the population.
British Dictionary definitions for equitably
Word Origin for equitable
Word Origin and History for equitably
1640s, from French équitable (16c.), from équité (see equity). Related: Equitably.