disparity

[ US /dɪˈspɛɹəti/ ]
[ UK /dɪspˈæɹɪti/ ]
NOUN
  1. inequality or difference in some respect
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How To Use disparity In A Sentence

  • If the problem is income disparity, then the answer must be income redistribution. Times, Sunday Times
  • For example, consider the disparity in flight rates between Saturn 1B and Saturn V during the Skylab program or between the Soyuz and Proton in the Russian Salyut & Mir programs. Ares V - Ares 1 = Ares IV - NASA Watch
  • The disparity seems further exaggerated by the size and blackness of the soldier's hat.
  • His appeal may lie in the disparity between the image projected in his interviews and the image perpetuated in his records.
  • The disparity is played out on a bigger scale between cities. Times, Sunday Times
  • The disparity in halves hasn't escaped the coaching staff's attention. Washington Redskins are halfway there: First two quarters have been better than last two
  • Rather, the disparity can be traced to disparities in the socioeconomic status between segments of the American population. An Introduction to Community Health
  • Economists were most concerned by the disparity between the core and periphery nations. Times, Sunday Times
  • The study found a similar disparity in those providing support. Times, Sunday Times
  • The disparity is acknowledged in the Bill with an attempt at a discount scheme, but that disparity has not been overcome.
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