Origin of disparate
OTHER WORDS FROM disparate
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH disparatedesperate, disparate
How to use disparate in a sentence
Consider the many blog posts and opinion pieces for example, of which there are many, with much irrelevant content, or mixed topics, in a still largely unstructured and disparate web of ever increasing content.
Many marketing teams still operate in surprisingly siloed ways, however, with a multitude of disparate tools that aren’t built for the demands of omnichannel personalization.Brands are rethinking content strategies to make personalization pay off|Sitecore|October 23, 2020|Digiday
CPG companies like Clorox and P&G are “portfolio companies” that own often strange collections of disparate products.How Clorox’s new CEO plans to turn disinfectant wipes into future wins|Phil Wahba|October 21, 2020|Fortune
The problem gets more complex as medical AI crosses multiple disciplines and developers, including both academic and industry powerhouses such as Google, Amazon, or Apple, with disparate incentives.Can We Trust AI Doctors? Google Health and Academics Battle It Out|Shelly Fan|October 20, 2020|Singularity Hub
A steadily rising price for carbon means the dirtiest fuels—from places as disparate as Canada, Venezuela, and Alaska—will eventually be pushed out of those systems.Global fuel standards are pushing the dirtiest oil out of the market|Michael J. Coren|October 12, 2020|Quartz
A massive giraffe overlooks the fantastical cluster of disparately shaped and designed buildings.
But these strange bedfellows finally appear to be on similar (if disparately successful) career paths.