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unlevel

/ (ʌnˈlɛvəl) /
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adjective
not level
unfair or inequitable; giving one person or group an unfair advantagean unlevel playing field
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How to use unlevel in a sentence

  • It was, however, very unlevel, and the dromedaries often found it necessary to slow down to a difficult walk.

    Captured by the Arabs|James H. Foster
  • They are tremendously unlevel, badly constructed both in large outline and in detail.

    Books and Persons|Arnold Bennett
  • The Village of Varennes lies dark and slumberous; a most unlevel Village, of inverse saddle-shape, as men write.

    The French Revolution|Thomas Carlyle
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