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As a result, all listeners really know about him are the discrepancies and holes in the version he told in 1999.

Let the House vote across party lines for a different approach and then address the discrepancies in conference.

Luhan would not supply any details about what those discrepancies may be.

These discrepancies (and more) can only be explained by implicit racial bias.

There are only two ways to account for these discrepancies in society.

Neglecting minor discrepancies, one may safely accept Mr Bain's reconciliation of the various accounts.

I was filled simultaneously with a feeling of disgust and fear, and looked for further discrepancies.

The discrepancies of the husband and wife's character, which became soon apparent, made themselves gradually more and more felt.

These discrepancies may be understood when the order in which the various beliefs developed is recognized.

These differences are not discrepancies at all; but there remains one which may fairly enough be so characterised.


On this page you'll find 33 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to discrepancies, such as: divergence, variation, disparity, miscalculation, error, and distinction.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.