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equable not varying extremely or suddenly; uniform; stable. [2 definitions]
equal of or having the same value, measure, or quantity as something else. [6 definitions]
equal-area of or denoting any of several types of map projection in which portions of the earth's surface that are of equal area are given equal space on a map.
equalitarian of or related to the doctrine that humans have or ought to have equal rights and opportunities; egalitarian. [2 definitions]
equality the condition, fact, or defined state of being equal.
equalize to make of equal value to. [2 definitions]
equally in an equal or like manner. [2 definitions]
equal rights the same rights for all people.
Equal Rights Amendment a proposed amendment to the U.S. Constitution that would prohibit the infringement of rights because of gender.
equal sign a mathematical sign (=) indicating that the terms on either side of it are equal.
equanimity the quality of remaining calm, serene, or unruffled, esp. under stress; composure.
equate to make or consider to be equal or equivalent.
equation the act of equating. [4 definitions]
equator the imaginary circle around the earth's globe equidistant from both the North and South Poles. [2 definitions]
equatorial of, relating to, near, or on any equator. [3 definitions]
Equatorial Guinea a small country near the equator on the west central coast of Africa, between Gabon and Cameroon.
equerry an officer in charge of the horses of a royal or noble family. [2 definitions]
equestrian of or concerning horseback riding or horsemanship. [3 definitions]
equi- equal.
equiangular having all the angles equal.
equidistant of or at an equal distance.