Synonyms for Unequal:


asymmetrical (adjective)
disproportionate, unsymmetrical, asymmetrical, unbalanced, lopsided, uneven.
different (adjective)
different, various, unmatched, divergent, contradictory, odd, distinct, contrasting, mismatched, unalike, nonuniform, unlike, disparate, varying, contrary, uneven, asymmetric, abnormal, differing, dissimilar, conflicting, diverse, discordant, heterogeneous.
irregular (adjective)
not balanced; lopsided (adjective)
irregular, unsymmetrical, unbalanced, asymmetrical, disproportionate, one-sided, inequitable.
unequal (adjective)
different, distinct, unfair, nonuniform, separate, disproportionate, lopsided, discrete, uneven, disparate, dissimilar.
unjust (adjective)
inequitable, unjust, unfair, unjustifiable, foul, unsportsmanlike, uneven, prejudiced, biased, one-sided, venal, discriminatory, partial, partisan.


alternative, odd. assist, all, attack, ability, unfit, incapable, bury, incompetent, excess, unqualified, deadlock, aggregate, cushion, chalk something up, concede. fair, someone couldn't do something if they tried, helpless, inept, no-good, awful, amateur, inexpert. one-sided (noun)
unequal (noun)
mismatched, anisometric, nonequivalent, unequalised, unbalanced, unlike, odds-on, unsymmetrical, unequalized, uneven.
unfair (noun)
unreasonable, unjustified, wrongful, arbitrary.

Other synonyms:

incapable, incompetent, unqualified. irregular. unfit. unfair
arbitrary, unjustified, unreasonable.
Other relevant words:
deadlock, excess, unreasonable, all, unqualified, aggregate, assist, cushion, helpless, anisometric, inept, incompetent, bury, alternative, amateur, odd, ability, odds-on, nonequivalent, arbitrary, unequalized, wrongful, concede, fair, incapable, unequalised, inexpert, awful, unjustified, irregular, attack, unfit.

Usage examples for unequal

  1. Mrs Durbeyfield looked unequal to the emergency. – Tess of the d'Urbervilles A Pure Woman by Thomas Hardy
  2. In spite of his age, physically he is not unequal to his work. – The Religious Life of London by J. Ewing Ritchie
  3. " After you had left me and had gone back to England," he continued, " I used to wonder if I had done wisely or well in refusing you your heart's desire; now I know that I did well, for unequal marriages never prosper. – Wife in Name Only by Charlotte M. Braeme (Bertha M. Clay)