n. (plural of variance English)
Usage examples of "variances".
They progressed from a steady, explorative beat to wild variances of rhythm, suffering only minor incompatibilities of pace and accommodation: thrashing, sweaty passages.
As Crowley had noted before, the hardened exo-skeleton covering the face did look like a samurai battle-mask, and subtle coloration variances on the breastplates and deltoid caps reminded Will of the rising sun flag of Imperial Japan.
Planning and zoning variances, which necessitated public hearings and EPA and utility waivers were sometimes required too.
They’re being very patient and methodical about the changes they’re making, by introducing variances in the chemicals being blended together and then released into the atmosphere by the processing plants.