discrepantly

discrepant

[dih-skrep-uhnt]
adjective
(usually of two or more objects, accounts, findings etc.) differing; disagreeing; inconsistent: discrepant accounts.

Origin:
1400–50; late Middle English < Latin discrepant- (stem of discrepāns), present participle of discrepāre to sound discordant, equivalent to dis- dis-1 + crepāre to crack, creak; see -ant

discrepantly, adverb
self-discrepant, adjective
self-discrepantly, adverb
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discrepant (dɪˈskrɛpənt)
 
adj
inconsistent; conflicting; at variance
 
[C15: from Latin discrepāns, from discrepāre to differ in sound, from dis-1 + crepāre to be noisy]
 
discrepantly
 
adv

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