Definitions of "equitable"
  1. Refers to something that demonstrates fairness and impartiality
  2. Pertains to situations or judgments which are governed by principles of justice and fairness, rather than strictly by law
How to use "equitable" in a sentence
  1. In divorce proceedings, an equitable division of property is expected.
  2. Despite the written contract, the judge ruled in favor of the defendant, citing an equitable remedy.
  3. While not required by law, the board decided on an equitable distribution of dividends among all shareholders.

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