noun, plural e·quiv·a·len·cies.
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Origin of equivalency
OTHER WORDS FROM equivalencynon·e·quiv·a·len·cy, noun
Words nearby equivalency
Example sentences from the Web for equivalency
This false equivalency can easily give readers the sense that there really are multiple, legitimate sides in this debate.
I don’t want to engage in false equivalency because I think overall the Republican Party has been more willing to let business have whatever tax cuts and regulatory rollbacks it has wanted.The system is ‘rigged’: Robert Reich on the Supreme Court, economic inequality, and his Twitter beef with Elon Musk|reymashayekhi|October 12, 2020|Fortune
This was the act of an organized group seeking international recognition, moral equivalency, and money.Rudy Giuliani: Why I Protested ‘The Death of Klinghoffer’|Rudy Giuliani|October 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The right is making a false equivalency that is misplaced.Valerie Plame: Kabul CIA Station Chief’s Outing Was ‘Colossally Stupid’|Eleanor Clift|May 29, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Mark Perry of AEI thinks that ‘Equal Pay Day’ amounts to a false equivalency.
She also helped women prepare for high school equivalency exams.Scarsdale Doctor Killer Jean Harris Found Redemption in Prison|Michael Daly|December 31, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Table of the Elements, arranged according to their Equivalency.
It is not enough to say that on the principle of equivalency a man is not presumed to intend to pay for a thing until he has it.The Common Law|Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.
But this equivalency can hardly be secured in any other way than by prescribing a series of definite lines of study.Science and Education|Thomas H. Huxley
She says that her service inspired her to get her high school equivalency last year.
That no such equivalency is conceivable may be rendered apparent on grounds of Materialism itself.Mind and Motion and Monism|George John Romanes