equalness

equalness

(ˈiːkwəlnəs)
n
equality
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'it's worthy of notice, as a proof of the amazing equalness and dignity of our law, that it don't make no distinction between men and women.
And who you are, what gender you are, where you work, what your background is, it just melts away into equalness if not nothingness.
I thought about the Orwellian less equalness of candidates Oby Ezekwesili and Kingsley Moghalu.
She added: "At first when I met him, he wanted an equal, and I think a lot of times strong men do want an equal, but then they get that equal and they're like, I can't handle the equalness.
She told Vogue: "I think a lot of times strong men do want an equal but then they get that equal and they're, like, I can't handle the equalness. He didn't like the atmosphere of me being the boss on tour."