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Correct spelling:
equitable
Definition:
Equitably.

Synonyms:

adjective
all
equitable, just.
correct
stoner, veracious, veridical, on the beam, on the money, on the button, undistorted, unmistaken, on target, cooking with gas, dead on, free of error, on track, right as rain.
disinterested
outside, uncurious, just watching the clock, not giving a damn.
equal
egalitarian.
generous
kindhearted, munificent, unsparing, ungrudging, unstinting, Great-hearted, Open-handed, soft-touch.
impartial
candid, cricket, decent, disinterested, dispassionate, due, ethical, fair, honest, impersonal, just, level, moral, nonpartisan, objective, proper, proportionate, reasonable, right, rightful, square, square deal, stable, unbiased, uncolored, unprejudiced, even-handed, nondiscriminatory, fair shake, even-steven, fair-to-middling, fair and square.
indifferent
unaroused, stoical, unimpressed, unsocial.
judicial
judicial, judiciary, legalistic, juridical, jurisdictional, Juristic, judgelike.
just
due, equable, fair, good, honorable, just, lawful, right, square, even-handed.
legal
judicial.
nonpartisan
independent, nonpartisan, free-wheeling, non-aligned, freewheeling, on one's own, unaffiliated, uninfluenced, Unimplicated, non-partisan, on own, playing it cool.
objective
Unprepossessed.
reasonable
within reason, making sense, standing to reason, unexcessive, unextreme.
square
square, on-the-level, sportspersonlike.
straight
pointblank.
virtuous
righteous.
noun
equitable
evenhanded, just.
fair
equal, impartial.
Examples of usage:
  1. Professor Wagner would in these ways throw a great deal of work on Government which Government is not very fit to accomplish successfully, and he would like to throw everything on it, if he could overcome his scruples about its capabilities, because he thinks industrial nationalization would facilitate the realization of his particular views of the equitable distribution of wealth. – Contemporary Socialism by John Rae
  2. He perceived that Edward, by sending overtures which he knew could not be accepted- by making a show of pacific intentions, meant to throw the blame of the continuation of hostilities upon the Scots, and so overcome the reluctance of his more equitable nobility, to further persecute a people whom he had made suffer so unjustly. – The Scottish Chiefs by Jane Porter
  3. In many battles I have been menaced with personal violence, and have received it, as in such positions is equitable. – Erema My Father's Sin by R. D. Blackmore
  4. For the most part the creditors were liberal and willing to agree to any equitable arrangement. – Mark Twain, A Biography, 1835-1910, Complete The Personal And Literary Life Of Samuel Langhorne Clemens by Albert Bigelow Paine Last Updated: February 20, 2009
  5. There is even a distinction made between natural right and positive right, between what is legal and what is equitable. – Lectures on the true, the beautiful and the good by Victor Cousin

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