Equitable in a Sentence  πŸ”Š

Definition of Equitable

characterized by equity or fairness; just and right; fair

Examples of Equitable in a sentence

Both sides agreed to try to find an equitable compromise that would please everyone. πŸ”Š

Even though not every argument reached an equitable conclusion, their marriage lasted for almost 63 years. πŸ”Š

With each generation we get just a little closer to achieving an equitable society for all people. πŸ”Š

Public schools are designed to provide an equitable education to all students, regardless of their background. πŸ”Š

In blended families, parents must try hard to have an equitable relationship with all children, not just the ones who share the same DNA. πŸ”Š

There is no way you can be equitable in your hiring policies if you continue to employ your wife’s relatives. πŸ”Š

Despite Miss Shelly’s efforts to teach the toddlers in her class to be equitable in playing with the toys, Tommy and Nathan never wanted to take turns. πŸ”Š

The arbitrator could foresee no equitable outcome in the feud between the two sides. πŸ”Š

If you take an equitable approach to meeting new people, you could be rewarded with lasting friendships. πŸ”Š

There is no equitable allocation of natural resources, and some areas of the globe suffer because of the greed in other places. πŸ”Š

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