Things that are disparate are clearly different from each other and belong to different groups or classes.
If you disparage someone or something, you say unpleasant words that show you have no respect for that person or thing.
Something nonpareil has no equal because it is much better than all others of its kind or type.
When there is a disparity between two things, they are not of equal status; therefore, they are different or unlike in some way.
When you compare two things, you find out how those things are like—and not like—each other.
relating to or based on or involving comparison
the act of examining resemblances
expressive of low opinion
such that comparison is impossible
make a score (on a hole) equal to par
(obstetrics) the number of liveborn children a woman has delivered
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