Thesaurus / unrelated


To understand the latest data on altitude training for endurance athletes, it’s worth looking back at a seemingly unrelated study published in 2015.

These were determined to be related to an undiagnosed case of multiple sclerosis unrelated to the vaccination, and the trials were allowed to resume, the company said.

If after investigating, the monitoring board is comfortable there are reasons unrelated to the vaccine to explain the adverse event, the trial will be able to continue, he said.

La Posta only learned of the construction informally during an unrelated meeting with the Bureau of Land Management in March.

After a while, mathematicians began to think about what symplectic phenomena would look like in geometric spaces unrelated to the physical world.

The Ising model is powerful because a range of unrelated substances transform with identical critical exponents — a phenomenon now known as universality.

A name taken from a hill-top, but sometimes referring to the unrelated Derbyshire Peak.

The Romance of NamesErnest Weekley

Pictorial art is isolated and unrelated, and the frame is the last relic of the old connection between painting and architecture.

MiscellaniesOscar Wilde

This is the doctrine of Reid put very crudely, and in a manner calculated to bring us back to unrelated sensation in earnest.

James Frederick FerrierElizabeth Sanderson Haldane

Still, this only leaves us with two opposite funds—of infinite good desert and infinite ill desert—which sit apart and unrelated.


Join our early testers! See how your sentence looks with different synonyms.

Characters: 0/140
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


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