Definition of equitableness in US English:



  • See equitable

    • ‘The extravagant and lavish use of materials to be seen in these buildings raises the very valid question of whether architecture should not be practised in a manner that will bring more equitableness.’
    • ‘And, it may also provide some measure of equitableness in an industry crying out for clarity.’
    • ‘At this stage, therefore, the equitableness of the original agreement is irrelevant as the boundary line is well established and can only be altered through mutual agreement.’
    • ‘In the 1850s, Cardinal Newman affirmed that ‘knowledge is capable of being its own reward’ and wrote of the attributes of mind that arise from a liberal education as freedom, equitableness, calmness, moderation and wisdom.’