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imparity

noun im·par·i·ty \(ˌ)im-ˈper-ə-tē, -ˈpa-rə-\
plural im·par·i·ties

Definition of IMPARITY

Origin of IMPARITY

Late Latin imparitas, from Latin impar unequal, from in- + par equal
First Known Use: 1563

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