The so-called moderate opposition—made up of hundreds of disparate groups—is often immoderate and rarely cohesive.
Still other critics are baffled that Borges was influenced by such strange and disparate sources.
By definition, conspiracies include a wide range of disparate interests.
This is a clash of two acting titans as well as two disparate personalities, and I found it thoroughly engrossing.
Would Christine O'Donnell be able to add "skilled debater" to the disparate points on her resume such as wiccan and mama grizzly?
He was conducting that column against one special point, the point of junction between two disparate halves of an opposing line.
Such associations of disparate senses are called complications.
But in him the two moods were disparate, even in conflict; in Brooke they were seemingly fused.
But Noli was too radical to command the support of the disparate coalition that had ousted Zogu.
The subjects treated are so numerous and disparate that no general idea of them can be given.