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To take advantage of those disparate elements, you of course have to split them up.

Combine that with disparate ideologies and metastasizing extremism, and the isolation has led people down some dark alleys.

Rather, it brings disparate sources of information together on a single workstation.

Reliability questionsInterviews with parents and education activists across the city show that the decision of whether to send a child to a classroom during a pandemic is deeply personal and complicated, reflecting disparate family circumstances.

The challenges—a health crisis, a trust crisis, an inequality crisis, a climate crisis, an economic crisis, a democracy crisis—are disparate.

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Out of a desire to create dialogue between disparate parties, the show avoids this question of “why?”

Still other critics are baffled that Borges was influenced by such strange and disparate sources.

In Part 3, Dickey turns to two very disparate topics: Russia and his family.

Their critical colleagues concurred in equally, wildly disparate fashion.

The so-called moderate opposition—made up of hundreds of disparate groups—is often immoderate and rarely cohesive.

How, indeed, could a lasting concord be maintained by two such disparate characters?

He has succeeded, according to them, in heaping together an immense amount of information, but it is of the most disparate value.

Disparate racial elements mingled in the long Southern oval and the Slavonic modelling of brow and cheek-bone.

In other words the sensations fall into groups which are wholly disparate and are hence termed species.

Thus, the life of man regarded as a whole is, in its last essence, a combination of utterly disparate elements.


On this page you'll find 57 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to disparate, such as: contrasting, discordant, dissimilar, distinct, divergent, and diverse.

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