Need another word that means the same as “disparate”? Find 6 synonyms and 30 related words for “disparate” in this overview.
The synonyms of “Disparate” are: contrasting, different, differing, dissimilar, unlike, unalike
Disparate as an Adjective
Definitions of "Disparate" as an adjective
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “disparate” as an adjective can have the following definitions:
- Fundamentally different or distinct in quality or kind.
- Including markedly dissimilar elements.
- Essentially different in kind; not able to be compared.
- Containing elements very different from one another.
Synonyms of "Disparate" as an adjective (6 Words)
|contrasting||Strikingly different; tending to contrast.|
Contrasting or contrastive colors.
|different||Distinctly separate from the first.|
Each interviewed different members of the community.
|differing||Not the same as each other; dissimilar.|
Widely differing circumstances.
|dissimilar||Marked by dissimilarity.|
The pleasures of the romance novel are not dissimilar from those of the chocolate bar.
|unalike||Not alike or similar.|
As unalike as two people could be.
|unlike||Dissimilar or different from each other.|
He was very unlike to any other man.
Usage Examples of "Disparate" as an adjective
- They inhabit disparate worlds of thought.
- Disparate ideas.
- Such disparate attractions as grand opera and game fishing.
- A disparate aggregate of creeds and songs and prayers.
- A culturally disparate country.
Associations of "Disparate" (30 Words)
|categorize||Place into or assign to a category.|
Silk is categorized as a luxury import.
|changed||Changed in constitution or structure or composition by metamorphism.|
A greatly changed country after the war.
|contrastingly||In a contrasting manner.|
|diametrical||Characterized by opposite extremes; completely opposed.|
He s the diametrical opposite of Gabriel.
He differed from his contemporaries in ethical matters.
|differentiate||Transform (a function) into its derivative.|
Children can differentiate the past from the present.
|differently||In a way that is not the same as another or as before.|
He likes to do things a bit differently.
|discrepancy||An illogical or surprising lack of compatibility or similarity between two or more facts.|
There s a discrepancy between your account and his.
|discrete||Individually separate and distinct.|
A government with three discrete divisions.
|disjointed||Lacking a coherent sequence or connection.|
Piecing together disjointed fragments of information.
|dissimilar||Marked by dissimilarity.|
A pump not dissimilar to those once found on every farm.
|distinction||An honor awarded to someone in recognition of achievement or superiority.|
He learned the distinction between gold and lead.
|distinguish||Make conspicuous or noteworthy.|
We distinguish several kinds of maple.
|diversity||A range of different things.|
Cultural diversity within his businesses helped generate his success.
|divided||Not united; in disagreement.|
A divided party leadership.
|dramatically||By a strikingly large amount or to a strikingly large extent; greatly.|
She paused dramatically.
|each||To, for, or by every one of a group (used after a noun or an amount.|
Paul and Bill have a glass each.
|gap||Make an opening or gap in.|
There was a gap in his account.
|heterogeneous||Consisting of elements that are not of the same kind or nature.|
|incompatibility||The condition of two things being so different in nature as to be incapable of coexisting.|
Our different backgrounds had something to do with our incompatibility.
|incompatible||Incapable of being used with or connected to other devices or components without modification.|
|inconsistent||Displaying a lack of consistency.|
Inconsistent with the roadmap.
|individuation||The quality of being individual.|
|otherwise||In a different state or situation.|
He means mischief it s no good pretending otherwise.
|separable||(of an English phrasal verb) allowing the insertion of the direct object between the base verb and the particle, e.g. look it over as opposed to go over it.|
The siamese twins were not considered separable.
|separate||Separated according to race sex class or religion.|
He regards the study of literature as quite separate from life.
|separately||Apart from others.|
I shall consider that figure separately from the prime costs.
|unlike||Not like; different from.|
They seemed utterly unlike despite being twins.
Most of those placed in hostels would prefer unshared independent accommodation.
|vary||Become different in some particular way, without permanently losing one’s or its former characteristics or essence.|
The properties vary in price.