discrepant

[ dih-skrep-uh nt ]SEE DEFINITION OF discrepant

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Two discrepant accounts are given of Saul's rejection from the kingdom, I Sam.

To object to the presence of discrepant accounts is to object to mythology for being mythological.

May I not say that I seem to detect traces of an hypothesis in the making, and of discrepant theories?

There can be no true harmony among friends when their sensibilities are shocked, or their views are discrepant.

There is no real sign of discrepant authorship, therefore, but rather a new indication of unity.

Doubtless right-spirited men are praying now at a thousand discrepant altars.

We are thus frequently enabled to arrive at the truth by a comparison of the discrepant traditions.

Discrepant facta cum dictis—The facts don't agree with the statements.

These two tendencies, apparently so discrepant, are far from conflicting; they advance together, and mutually support each other.

The attempt to harmonize different ideas means that in themselves they are discrepant.

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