Equality [noun]

Definition of Equality:

similarity, balance; egalitarianism

Opposite/Antonyms of Equality:

Sentence/Example of Equality:

Kaepernick wound up out of football and the issue of racial equality wound up back on the margins.

We have to be as committed to equality with the standard sense of urgency before the decision of marriage equality.

We’ll also examine the forces of change altering the course and speed of innovation, including security, diversity, and equality.

It’s important that we highlight again for equality voters the reality of this administration’s record, that this is a horrifically anti-LGBTQ administration.

Sparked by a series of tragedies, people in cities across America and around the world have taken to the streets and social media to push for justice and racial equality.

I can’t be selecting how equality is going to be defined or what issues are equal or what not.

These recent events are clear reminders of our country’s lack of progress on equality and demonstrate why last year’s proposed concept of purpose is more important now than ever.

The experiences these employees described were far from the idealistic vision of beauty industry equality reflected in Glossier’s marketing.

If you’re part of the LGBTQ community, you know that a right to privacy – and with it your right to come out on your own terms – has been a key part of the fight for equality.

The Netherlands is the first country in the world to legalize marriage equality in 2001 and Taiwan, the first country in Asia to legalize same-sex marriage in 2019.