discrepancy

Part of speech: noun

A disagreement or difference. discrepance.

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Usage examples "discrepancy":

  1. This discrepancy between facts and ideas is greatly responsible for the dividing of modern society into different warring classes, which do not understand each other. - "Manhood of Humanity.", Alfred Korzybski.
  2. The precise moment when the first pang of consciousness of the discrepancy between her husband's looks and her own entered Hetty's mind would be hard to determine. - "Hetty's Strange History", Anonymous.
  3. " Have you any theory, Gerald"- the Senator hesitated, " to account for the extraordinary discrepancy between the Poulains' story and what Mrs. Dampier asserts to be the case?" - "The End of Her Honeymoon", Marie Belloc Lowndes.