Desperate or Disparate?
Exemple : ‘’I am desperate to see you!’’
“Desperate” and “disparate” are regularly mixed up although they have completely different meanings. “Desperate” is an adjective meaning very serious or extreme. Furthermore, when used after a verb it can express a severe need for something.
Exemple : ‘’They were surprised they were such good friend as they were completely disparate.’’
“Disparate” is an adjective which expresses that things are completely opposing or different in every way possible.