What is another word for unsymmetrical?

Pronunciation: [ʌnsɪmˈɛtɹɪkə͡l] (IPA)

Unsymmetrical is a term that describes something that is not symmetrical or balanced. Some synonyms for unsymmetrical include asymmetrical, irregular, uneven, unbalanced, lopsided, crooked, skewed, and off-center. Asymmetrical refers to things that lack symmetry or a balanced design, such as a lopsided face or an uneven staircase. Irregular refers to things that are not uniform or consistent, such as an irregular heartbeat or an irregular pattern. Unbalanced implies a lack of balance or equilibrium, such as an unbalanced budget or an unbalanced basketball team. Lopsided, crooked, and skewed all refer to things that are not straight or equal on either side. Lastly, off-center refers to things that are not properly centered or aligned, such as an off-center picture frame or an off-center steering wheel.

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What are the hypernyms for Unsymmetrical?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for unsymmetrical?

Unsymmetrical refers to something that lacks balance or symmetry. Antonyms for unsymmetrical include symmetrical, balanced, proportionate, uniform, and regular. Symmetrical refers to something that is balanced equally on both sides, while balanced means that something is evenly distributed or stable. Proportionate refers to something that has the correct or appropriate size in relation to something else, and uniform means that something is consistent and does not vary. Finally, regular refers to something that follows a consistent pattern or has a consistent shape. Using these antonyms for unsymmetrical can help describe something that is balanced and harmonious, rather than lacking balance or symmetry.

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Usage examples for Unsymmetrical

Sometimes it is symmetrical in form, but usually it is more or less irregular and unsymmetrical in form.
"Studies of American Fungi. Mushrooms, Edible, Poisonous, etc."
George Francis Atkinson
The plan of the Swedish building is unsymmetrical, but well balanced, nevertheless.
"The Art of the Exposition"
Eugen Neuhaus
It is a little difficult without the employment of mathematical analysis to explain precisely the manner in which earthing one side of the loop or making the loop unsymmetrical as regards inductance has the effect of creating overtones in it.
"Hertzian Wave Wireless Telegraphy"
John Ambrose Fleming

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