equitably equitably  /ˈɛ kwɪ təb li/


  • (adv) in an equitable manner


  1. But the daunting trick for cities like Miami Gardens will be making the federal dollars work effectively and, perhaps more important, equitably.
  2. A McGovern Administration would take an activist lead in aiming to redistribute income and wealth more equitably among all citizens.
  3. a peace settlement must equitably address Palestinian as well as Israeli needs and interests.


  1. Veterans' benefit? VA, buried under claims, says it's finally digging out.

    The VA, scorned for its infamous backlog of veterans benefits claims, is belatedly dispensing with paper and seeking other innovations to serve veterans more quickly and equitably.
    on July 5, 2013     Source: The Christian Science Monitor

  2. Voting Rights Act: Fundamental to Our Freedom

    With its ruling on the Voting Rights Act, the Supreme Court has taken the country back to a time when racial minorities were not able to participate equitably in the voting process.
    on July 2, 2013     Source: Skanner


  1. In a telephone interview Friday from Minneapolis, Dayton said, "I don't know what Mr. Prevost did, but I know what the other two did, and if there's an award, it ought to be equitably distributed. This is typical of this administration. They do...
    on Jan 25, 2008 By: Mark Dayton Source: Forbes

  2. "The challenge is to make sure that it's available equitably and it's available right across Australia," Senator Coonan said. "That is the job of government - to look at where it is underserved, where people simply miss out because they...
    on Dec 6, 2006 By: Helen Coonan Source: NEWS.com.au

  3. "Despite the economic advances we have made, I would be the first to say that even as we ensured consistent economic growth, the fruits of these positive results are still to be fully and equitably shared among our people, hence the abject poverty...
    on Sep 22, 2008 By: Thabo Mbeki Source: Hindu

Word of the Day
ennui ennui
/ɛ ˈnu i /