Definition for DIS-CREP'ANCE, or DIS-CREP'AN-CY

DIS-CREP'ANCE, or DIS-CREP'AN-CY, n. [L. discrepantia, discrepans, from discrepo, to give a different sound, to vary, to jar; dis and crepo, to creak. See Crepitate.]

Difference; disagreement; contrariety; applicable to facts or opinions. There is no real discrepancy between these two genealogies. – Faber.

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