different[ dif-er-uhnt, dif-ruhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF different
Synonyms for different
- a far cry from
- at odds
- at variance
- like night and day
- poles apart
Antonyms for different
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DIFFERENT
The prisoners came in, attended by the Phylarchi of their different wards.
That was the way with his pa—he was a different man after things got to comin' too easy fur him.
So he thought the things he would have said to her if matters had been different.
But this slab of black basalt was different from anything that had ever been discovered.
I can hardly think that Parliament will adopt a different view.
We have called by different names brethren of the same principle.
How different a picture would the streets and public places then present!
The nature of these ties must vary with the different problems of different areas.
The visions may be different, and yet each vision may be true.
If an Acacia, Mr. Bentham says, it is different from any he knows.
late 14c., from Old French different (14c.), from Latin differentem (nominative differens) "differing, different," present participle of differre "to set apart" (see differ). Colloquial sense of "special" attested by 1912. Related: Differently.