Disparate or desperate?
Many people get these two words mixed up. Others don’t even know the word disparate exists.
The English language is so tricky, I thought I would point out the difference between these two words that some similar.
DISPARATE: If something is disparate, it is distinct, unlike another or different in quality or character.
The population of New York City could be thought of as disparate.
DESPERATE: Most know that desperate means having little or no hope or extreme/extensive.
I hope this blog is not making a desperate attempt at being disparate.