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The disparities were no less prevalent once Wells moved on to teaching in Memphis in the 1880s.

While online health services could be used to increase access and retention in care among vulnerable groups, not having access widens existing disparities.

Weeks later, vast disparities remain — and some residents are fuming at being shut out of the sign-up system once a week.

The march of the virus through the District, Maryland and Virginia has exposed cruel disparities influencing who gets sick and who survives.

Part of that disparity is about access, both to facilities vaccinating people and because the complicated, online application process locks out those who find it tougher to get on the Internet.

Even in the medieval era this disparity made Christians uncomfortable.

One other interesting fact is the racial disparity in climate-change belief.

In a ranking of gender-based economic disparity, Turkey is 126th out of 136 countries.

In fact, income disparity has increased in San Francisco more than any other city in the country.

Even Congress passed a law reducing the disparity between crack and powder cocaine sentences.

He married in 1798, at the age of forty, a young girl of eighteen, who in consequence of this disparity was unfaithful to him.

Grave also was the disparity betwixt the crews thereof, inasmuch as to the King were sixteen long-ships & to Guthorm only five.

There was another point of similarity—the great disparity of numbers.

In an instant the overwhelming disparity of the sides was apparent.

The disparity of numbers will have no influence whatever on their decision.


On this page you'll find 61 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to disparity, such as: difference, discrepancy, distinction, divergence, gap, and imbalance.

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