Definition of inequitably in English:



See inequitable

‘Because of the shambles of the funding of local authorities and the fact that it is based on property, rather than ability to pay, the hotel sector is treated inequitably.’
  • ‘He opposed the death penalty because it is inequitably applied to minorities and the poor.’
  • ‘In both cases, the economy flourished but benefits were distributed very inequitably.’
  • ‘The industrial staff feel that they have been undervalued and treated inequitably for too long.’
  • ‘The superannuation system has been inequitably biased in favour of high income earners.’



/inˈekwədəblē/ /ɪnˈɛkwədəbli/