Definition of disparately in English:



See disparate

  • ‘And what in the world is the connection between those disparately eclectic events, I can hear folks asking from many and varied locations.’
  • ‘I think it's the duty of any serious reader to read as widely and as disparately as they can.’
  • ‘But schools cannot hide behind test scores; instead, they must also examine how policies and procedures disparately impact the recruitment of minority students.’
  • ‘Nevertheless, because cable viewing is so disparately spread into comparatively small audience groups, it is difficult for critics to cover specific networks regularly.’
  • ‘Accordingly, if the government introduces a measure which proves to have a disparately adverse impact on women, the government is under a duty to take reasonable steps to monitor the working of the measure.’