discrepancy
I noun aberration, anomaly, asymmetry, clash, conflict, contradiction, contrast, departure, deviation, difference, differential, differentiation, disaccord, disagreement, discongruity, discord, discordance, disharmony, disparity, disputed point, dissimilarity, dissimilitude, dissonance, divergence, failure to correspond, ground of argument, inaccordance, incompatibility, incongruence, incongruency, incongruity, inconsistency, inequality, irreconcilability, lack of accord, lack of agreement, lack of concert, lack of conformity, lack of congruence, lack of congruity, lack of consonance, lack of resemblance, matter of disputation, nonagreement, nonconformity, nonuniformity, split, subject of controversy, subject of dispute, unconformity, unlikeness, variance, variation II index conflict, deviation, difference, disaccord, disagreement, discord, disparity, distinction (difference), incompatibility (inconsistency), incongruity, inconsistency, inequality, paradox, variance (disagreement)

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  • discrepancy — ► NOUN (pl. discrepancies) ▪ an illogical or surprising lack of compatibility between facts. DERIVATIVES discrepant adjective. ORIGIN Latin discrepantia, from discrepare be discordant …   English terms dictionary

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  • discrepancy — UK [dɪsˈkrepənsɪ] / US [dɪˈskrepənsɪ] noun [countable/uncountable] Word forms discrepancy : singular discrepancy plural discrepancies a difference between things that should be the same a discrepancy between estimated and actual spending There… …   English dictionary

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