- not equitable; unjust or unfair: an inequitable decision.
Origin of inequitable
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Examples from the Web for inequitable
We cannot merely try to recapture the stilted, inequitable, broken economy we left behind.How I'd Create Jobs
The Daily Beast
December 7, 2009
This is inequitable, to say the least, and should be remedied.East of Suez
Frederic Courtland Penfield
Plausible as this rule may appear, it is impracticable, inequitable, and unjust.Distributive Justice
John A. (John Augustine) Ryan
In many cases it might be inequitable to allow costs, and the court should be left free to exercise its legal discretion.
Even in the driest aspect of the case, the match was not inequitable.An Engagement of Convenience
Too many of our welfare programs are inequitable and invite abuse.
- not equitable; unjust or unfair
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Word Origin and History for inequitable
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