The word "equatability" refers to the state of being able to be treated as equal. However, there are several antonyms, or words with opposite meanings, to equatability. The first antonym is "inequity", which means a lack of fairness or justice. Another antonym is "discrimination", which means treating someone unfairly because of their race, gender, religion, or other characteristic. "Injustice" is another antonym, which means a violation of someone's rights or a lack of fairness. Finally, "prejudice" is an antonym, which means preconceived beliefs or attitudes that are not based on reason or actual experience. These words represent different ways in which people can be treated unequally.
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