Equal signifies that two entities are identical. Inequality can be indicated by someone lacking the same rights, freedoms, or opportunities as another individual. Also included among the opposites of equal are positive characteristics such as individuality, talent, outperformance, and diversity. In general, the value of life is in things that are singular, distinct, and unique. The terms listed below are common opposites of equal.
It means at a layer or level higher than.
Aspects or features that are not equal or equivalent; unequal.
It means at a layer or level lower than.
More favorable, appealing, or worthy.
Comparing in a way to emphasize differences.
Not having enough of a particular characteristic or element.
To act or think differently from what is usual or expected.
To be not like someone or something.
Not identical to another or one another; unlike in nature, form, or character.
means able to be identified, recognized, or distinguished.
Inherently dissimilar in nature; not comparable.
Not alike; different.
Very different in nature from other things of a comparable type.
Relatively different from being recognized or identified as distinct; discernible.
Exhibiting a tendency to be dissimilar or to develop in dissimilar ways.
Displaying a great deal of variety; being highly distinct or different.
Be exceptional at a certain activity or subject matter.
Excelling at a particular activity or subject to an exceptional degree.
Very uncommon or remarkable.
Fail to satisfy a standard or expectation.
Significantly superior in ability, quality, or importance than the norm or average.
Differing in appearance or content.
Unequaled in quality or extent; unparalleled.
So radically dissimilar in character that they cannot coexist
A single person not included in a group, class, or family.
Discrepancies in size, degree, conditions, etc.; absence of equality.
It indicates that one quantity is lesser than another.
Smaller in size, quality, degree, or significance; of lesser standing.
Unsuitably or wrongly match (people or things).
To a great degree; to the extreme.
Radically different; of a contrary nature.
Having or producing something new and uncommon.
To surpass or excel to such a degree as to be or seem to be of a higher class.
To perform better than.
Be much superior to (someone/something) in a certain field.
An individual entity, as opposed to a general trait.
Positioned so as to draw attention; noticeable.
Remarkably excellent or outstanding.
Constituted or perceived as a single or independent entity.
Referring to one person or item exclusively.
Better, greater, or distinct from the norm.
Distinctly identified or characterized.
Be demonstrably superior or more important than someone or something.
Exceed; be superior or greater than.
Innate aptitude or competence.
Distinct from one another; dissimilar.
Not equal in size, quantity, or value.
Not consistent, regular, or equal.
Being original; not being comparable to anything else.
Different from; dissimilar to.
Inconsistent or lacking a consistent pattern; susceptible to change.
Integrating multiple types or elements; displaying variance or diversity.
Inferior in quality or standard; inferior in value or desirability.
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