Pronunciation of Unfairness
/ʌnfˈe͡ənəs/, /ʌnfˈeənəs/, /ʌ_n_f_ˈeə_n_ə_s/
Antonyms for unfairness:
re-public, de cree, co ordinations, incorruptibility, honest-to-god truths, incorruptness, co-ordination, equal opportunities, reasonableness, in corruptibility, re-spects, re public, out-lay, guilelessnesses, righteousness, co-ordinations, de sert, candour, high mindednesses, cricket, in vestment, dis interestedness, legality, judicatory, honorableness, dis-passionatenesses, Unbiasedness, honestness, fairness, glasnost, equality, praise, impeccabilities, ingenuousness, bluntnesses, in corruptness, virtue, due processes, in-corruptibilities, honestnesses, forthrightness, adequations, even handednesses, candor, high-mindednesses, right, re dresses, behavior, in-corruptions, Impeccability, repute, self respect, justice, integrity, guilelessness, disinterest, trustworthiness, dis-passionateness, in-vestments, goodness, in dependences, un-equivocalnesses, highmindedness, kindness, high mindedness, de serving, fair practice, rectitude, up-rightness, dis-interest, good point, democracy, faithfulness, in corruptions, saintlinesses, lawfulness, dis passions, dis-interests, probity, deservings, re-dresses, permissibilities, commensurateness, non partisanships, directness, isonomies, constitutionalities, honest to god truth, non-partisanship, plainne, ingenuousnesses, re-publics, re spect, defendability, dis-interestedness, good habit, worthinesses, de-serving, in-corruptness, like it i, honest to god truths, evenhandedness, homologies, commensuratenesses, representative government, de crees, even-handednesses, tolerance, sedation, in-dependences, dispassionateness, judiciousness, dis-passion, un equivocalnesses, coordination, Objectiveness, re-dress, in corruptibilities, worthiness, even-handedness, glasnosts, reputabilities, uprightness, reputability, unequivocalness, Isonomy, forthrightnesses, dis-passions, dis interest, in-corruptibility, incorruption, happiness, good habits, coordinations, obedience, egalitarianism, good, straightness, egalitarianisms, permissibility, dis passionatenesses, veracity, incorruptions, unequivocalnesses, out lay, re-view, straights, in-dependence, up rightnesses, liberal governments, honesty, in corruption, re view, judiciousnesses, liberal government, in vestments, straight stuffs, equal opportunity, re-views, unprejudicedness, up rightness, de-servings, outspokenness, representative governments, fair practices, fair play, honor, legalization, due process, morality, selfrespect, trustworthinesses, Equitableness, re spects, impartiality, re dress, virtuousness, fair mindedness, like is, in-vestment, de servings, non-partisanships, plainnes, truthfulness, penalty, un-equivocalness, disinterestedness, Constitutionality, legal process, like i, legalizations, in-corruption, dis passion, dispassion, unprejudicednesses, give take, judicatories, Adequation, equalitarianism, re views, re-spect, dis-interestednesses, de-cree, equatabilities, dis interestednesses, evenhandednesses, in corruptnesses, co ordination, nonpartisanship, straightforwardnesses, non partisanship, fair treatments, de-sert, give takes, give and take, openmindedness, outspokennesses, enfranchisement, fair treatment, homology, licitness, truenesses, directnesses, legal processes, trustiness, bluntness, equalitarianisms, in dependence, square deal, de-crees, square deals, straight stuff, chancellor, un equivocalness, fair-mindedness, reasonablenesses, up-rightnesses, dis interests, dis passionateness, even handedness, judicatures, incorruptnesses, judicature, chancellors, unbiasednesses, equity, equatability, fairmindedness, defendabilities, in-corruptnesses, fair plays.
Usage examples for unfairness:
- It opened the eyes of the regatta executive to the unfairness of tolerating boy coxswains. - "Boating", W. B. Woodgate Commentator: Harvey Mason.
- So far from insisting on a hostile meeting, he shook me very graciously by the hand, told me that he looked upon the wound on his head, inflicted by the knob of my stick, as having been received in an honourable, though irregular duel, in which he had no disadvantage or unfairness to complain of. - "In a Glass Darkly, v. 3/3", Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu.
- " It was very sad having slavery abolished- for some people," suggested Colville; he felt the unfairness of the point he had made. - "Indian Summer", William D. Howells.