Definition for DIS-PAR'I-TY

DIS-PAR'I-TY, n. [Fr. disparité; Sp. disparidad; It. disparità; from L. dispar, unequal; dis and par, equal.]

  1. Irregularity; difference in degree, in age, rank, condition or excellence; as, a disparity of years or of age; disparity of condition or circumstances; followed by of or in. We say, disparity in or of years.
  2. Dissimilitude; unlikeness.

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