unequitable


Related to unequitable: Havior

unequitable

(ʌnˈɛkwɪtəbəl)
adj
a variant of inequitable
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That independently of Concealment on a Subject of this Nature being a presumptive Proof of Injustice, your Memorialists conceive that they are authorized to consider the present Charge of 160 [pounds sterling] per Night as unequitable, when the Charge only twenty Years ago was but 64 [pounds sterling] 5s.
Folger found the frustration effect in experimental situations where the unequitable outcome from a procedure allowing voice was judged less fair than the same outcome from a procedure denying voice (1977).
Because of their cultural uniformity, and unless there are conscious strategies to the contrary, pre-service programs often serve as a mechanism for reproducing negative and racist attitudes and beliefs that later get translated into teaching approaches that continue to create unequitable education.
For us to deny those of an increasingly troubled world, especially refugees, entry to Australia on environmental grounds, while using an unequitable amount of the world's resources, is grossly selfish.
If,as some bikers claim, they are receiving harsh and unequitable treatment then North Wales Police has a duty to put things right.
Republican radicals complained of the ruling classes using their power to sustain an unequitable distribution of land.
This is increasingly perceived as unequitable, but an obvious solution is hard to come by.
Now, according to Alexander, strategies need to change to combat new, subtle forms of discrimination such as unequitable lending practices.
This situation is both unequitable and potentially dangerous, as history seems to bare out.