differences[ dif-er-uhns, dif-ruhns ]SEE DEFINITION OF differences
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Considering the differences and distances betwixt us, more so.
Every advance in civilisation is synonymous with a progressive diminution of the differences.
But these differences were not confined to those arising from variety of origin.
The differences between woman and man are deep and fundamental.
Of which the former are differences that bind, and the latter that separate.
I say, why not recognise the differences between them and leave it at that!
The differences of opinion among them were so great as apparently to be irreconcilable.
In association, similarities and attractions are felt and differences are forgotten.
Was not the selection of the male guardians determined by differences of this sort?
As the differences of actions begin to be perceived, more and more names are needed.
mid-14c., from Old French difference (12c.) "difference, distinction; argument, dispute," from Latin differentia "diversity, difference," from differentem (nominative differens), present participle of differre "to set apart" (see differ). Sense of "a quarrel" first attested late 14c. Colloquial phrase what's the diff? first recorded 1896.