Definition of some —— are more equal than others in English:

some —— are more equal than others

Although members of a society or group appear to be equal, in reality some receive better treatment than others: evidently, some communities are more equal than others
More example sentences
  • They are trying to get the state to stop claiming that some relationships are more equal than others.
  • The squabbles about the International Criminal Court indicate that some states are more equal than others.
  • Well, it turns out, some equal rights are more equal than others.
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