Sentences with Equally, Equally in a Sentence in English, Sentences For Equally
1. I am free of all prejudice. I hate everyone equally.
2. Complete peace equally reigns between two mental waves.
3. For success, attitude is equally as important as ability.
4. It was given by God equally to all, without restrictions.
5. So go marry someone, provided you’re equally yoked and you actually like being with each other.
6. Two possibilities exist: either we are alone in the Universe or we are not. Both are equally terrifying.
7. Civil marriage, like all civil rights provided by the government, must be provided equally to all Americans.
8. There’s no evidence whatsoever that men are more rational than women. Both sexes seem to be equally irrational.
9. Money differs from an automobile or mistress in being equally important to those who have it and those who do not.
10. Man is equally incapable of seeing the nothingness from which he emerges and the infinity in which he is engulfed.
11. All we need to understand my friends, is that human life was given equally to us all, not partially but in totality.
12. Age is not measured by years. Nature does not equally distribute energy. Some people are born old and tired while others are going strong at seventy.
13. For me it’s also – the music is equally as important. I mean I think as somebody who writes music, there just has to sort of be the marriage between both.
14. Democracy arises out of the notion that those who are equal in any respect are equal in all respects because men are equally free, they claim to be absolutely equal.
15. Democracies are indeed slow to make war, but once embarked upon a martial venture are equally slow to make peace and reluctant to make a tolerable, rather than a vindictive, peace.
16. While civilization has been improving our houses, it has not equally improved the men who are to inhabit them. It has created palaces, but it was not so easy to create noblemen and kings.
17. I am truly free only when all human beings, men and women, are equally free. The freedom of other men, far from negating or limiting my freedom, is, on the contrary, its necessary premise and confirmation.