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Synonyms for discrepant
dɪˈskrɛp əntdis·crepant

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Wiktionary

  1. discrepantadjective

    Synonyms:
    incompatible, at variance, inconsistent

  2. discrepantadjective

    Showing difference; inconsistent, dissimilar.

    Synonyms:
    inconsistent, incompatible, at variance

English Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. discrepant

    Two or more things that do not fit well together, or are not adapted to each other, are said to be incongruous; a thing is said to be incongruous that is not adapted to the time, place, or occasion; the term is also applied to a thing made up of ill-assorted parts or inharmonious elements. Discordant is applied to all things that jar in association like musical notes that are not in accord; inharmonious has the same original sense, but is a milder term. Incompatible primarily signifies unable to sympathize or feel alike; inconsistent means unable to stand together. Things are incompatible which can not exist together in harmonious relations, and whose action when associated tends to ultimate extinction of one by the other. Inconsistent applies to things that can not be made to agree in thought with each other, or with some standard of truth or right; slavery and freedom are inconsistent with each other in theory, and incompatible in fact. Incongruous applies to relations, unsuitable to purpose or use; two colors are incongruous which can not be agreeably associated; either may be unsuitable for a person, a room, or an occasion. Incommensurable is a mathematical term, applying to two or more quantities that have no common measure or aliquot part.

    Synonyms:
    absurd, conflicting, contradictory, contrary, discordant, ill-matched, inapposite, inappropriate, incommensurable, incompatible, incongruous, inconsistent, inharmonious, irreconcilable, mismatched, mismated, repugnant, unsuitable

    Antonyms:
    accordant, agreeing, compatible, consistent, harmonious, suitable

    Preposition:
    The illustrations were incongruous with the theme.

Princeton's WordNet

  1. discrepant, incompatibleadjective

    not compatible with other facts

    Synonyms:
    out or keeping(p), dissonant, uncongenial, ill-sorted, inconsistent, unfitting, unsuited, at variance(p), antagonistic, mismated, inappropriate, contrastive, incompatible

    Antonyms:
    congruent, consistent, accordant, congruous

  2. discrepant, inconsistentadjective

    not in agreement

    Synonyms:
    at variance(p), incompatible, dissonant, inconsistent

    Antonyms:
    congruent, consistent, congruous, accordant

  3. at variance(p), discrepant, dissonantadjective

    not in accord

    "desires at variance with his duty"; "widely discrepant statements"

    Antonyms:
    consistent, congruous, accordant, congruent

Dictionary of English Synonymes

  1. discrepantadjective

    Synonyms:
    differing, disagreeing, incongruous, inconsistent, contrary

PPDB, the paraphrase database

  1. List of paraphrases for "discrepant":

    dissenting

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How to use discrepant in a sentence?

  1. Dennis Bruemmer:

    The particular contribution of cholesterol derived from eggs has also been studied in several studies, with varying and discrepant results, this study does have clear limitations, including self-reporting at a single time point. This limits its validity.

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