- adj. Not comparable.
- non- + comparable (Wiktionary)
“Still, an ONS representative said earlier that noncomparable and nonseasonally adjusted data show youth unemployment was above one million in 1984, 1985 and 1986.”
“For example, the rat thyroid system has been well characterized, but because rats and humans may metabolize certain toxicants differently (and thus, for example, rats may receive noncomparable doses of hydrophobic toxicants such as PCBs via breast milk), it is not certain how confidently researchers can extrapolate rat results to humans.”
“Yet some things are best done nationally – notably creating uniform standards and tests in place of today's patchwork of uneven expectations and noncomparable assessments.”
“The latest results included a per-share gain of about three cents for two noncomparable items while the prior-year quarter included a nine-cent gain related to the sale of the Faconnable apparel-and-retail line.”
“Excluding "outliers," commodity pairs where the implicit price-quality differential exceeds 100 percent (which are simply noncomparable pairs and are not likely to reflect what either the BLS or we had in mind by the concept of "quality change"), the number shrinks to a mere 0.3 percent.”
“Experts have cautioned against applying this false analogy, inferring wrong conclusions from noncomparable contexts.”
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