[ UK /dˈɪspəɹət/ ]
[ US /ˈdɪspɝɪt, dɪˈspɛɹɪt/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. fundamentally different or distinct in quality or kind
    such disparate attractions as grand opera and game fishing
    disparate ideas
  2. including markedly dissimilar elements
    a disparate aggregate of creeds and songs and prayers
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How To Use disparate In A Sentence

  • Biogeography and comparative phylogeography differ in their potential to explain incongruent patterns, owing to the disparate time scales.
  • Neuropsychological evidence points towards our tendency to confabulate stories that we believe to be true in order to fit together disparate pieces of information.
  • As Toronto theatre critics dispense increasingly disparate opinions, some shows are savaged in one rag and lionized in another.
  • At her worst, she serves up a sludge of disparate data that do not cumulate to any discernible or persuasive argument.
  • He teases his viewers with disparate elements that are not always easy to identify.
  • The crux of the difference between humans and machines is the disparate ways that we prune this tree.
  • Its disparateness is strongly confirmed by a household sample survey conducted by the council.
  • If the policies of these two disparate figures often have a tweedledum-and-tweedledee-ish look to them, then what we face is not specific party politics or individual style, but a system with its own steamroller force, and its own set of narrow, repetitive “solutions” to our problems. Tom Engelhardt: Living in the 51st State (of Denial)
  • She had always seemed able to think along several lines at once, bringing oddly disparate facts together to make a pattern others missed. THE GOLDEN FOOL: BOOK TWO OF THE TAWNY MAN
  • Not that I regard the foregoing as articles of faith, or as all true; -- I have implied the contrary by contrasting it with, at least, by shewing its disparateness from, the Mosaic, which, 'bona fide', I do regard as the truth. Literary Remains, Volume 2
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