discrepant : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • s  not compatible with other facts
  • s  not in agreement
  • s  not in accord
    widely discrepant statements

  • They are three-dimensional collages of discrepant ornament and styles.
  • Between these two came a discrepant assortment of gentlemen, from slow-moving little Rudolph Knepper, onetime Princeton captain, with 147, to wavering, uncertain Watts Gunn .
  • Moscow's heavy-handed interference in Ukraine's 2004 orange revolution hints at how easily discrepant views about the near abroad could flame up.

  • Viktor Yanukovych in UNIAN News Agency
    We, and not only we, but the whole Ukrainian nation, got added evidence that the government does not have any foreign policy strategy. The today's actions of government seem to chaotic and often discrepant, Victor Yanukovych said.

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