discrete

[ dih-skreet ]SEE DEFINITION OF discrete

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISCRETE

Moreover, it is a discrete quantity for its parts have no common boundary.

It replaces the world of the continuum by a world of discrete states.

As to number (which is discrete quantity), it is something posterior.

The manor of the eastern counties is a discrete, a dissipated thing.

What discrete succession of images did Stephen meanwhile perceive?

Also because I had never known any one named Harold and it seemed only discrete.

The ideas, which were in place of verbal expressions were discrete from each other, but in a very small degree.

Substances are of kinds, and kinds are definite in number, and discrete.

We do not know its nature exactly, but it is an actual substance, and is composed of discrete particles of the fourth order.

Aphthous stomatitis may be either idiopathic or symptomatic, discrete or confluent.

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