Mathematics A statement, usually an equation, that one thing equals another.(noun)
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Use "equality" in a sentence
"More significantly, the implications a principle of equality has for health may also depend on how ˜equality™ itself is understood."
"I take it that this is the gist of the reason why the so-called social equality is so repulsive to theorists who have not comprehended the great difference between social _equality_ and social"
"For it is the peculiarity of linear extension that it alone allows its magnitudes to be placed in _absolute_ juxtaposition, or, rather, in coincident position; it alone can test the equality of two magnitudes by observing whether they will coalesce, as two equal mathematical lines do, when placed between the same points; it alone can test _equality_ by trying whether it will become _identity_."