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Tuesday word: Diverge

Tuesday, Jun. 8, 2021

Diverge (verb)
di·verge [dih-vurj, dahy-]


verb (used without object)
1. to move, lie, or extend in different directions from a common point; branch off.
2. to differ in opinion, character, form, etc.; deviate.
3. Mathematics. (of a sequence, series, etc.) to have no unique limit; to have infinity as a limit.
4. to turn aside or deviate, as from a path, practice, or plan.

verb (used with object)
5. to deflect or turn aside.

OTHER WORDS FROM DIVERGE
non·di·verg·ing, adjective
un·di·verg·ing, adjective

WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH DIVERGE
1. digress
2. diverse

WORDS RELATED TO DIVERGE
veer, deviate, stray, radiate, differ, dissent, disagree, vary, fork, swerve, depart, divide, separate, bifurcate, divagate, spread, digress, part, split, branch

See synonyms for: diverge / diverging on Thesaurus.com
1. separate, deviate, fork.
4. See deviate.

Origin: 1655–65; < Medieval Latin divergere, equivalent to Latin di- di- + vergere to incline

EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB FOR DIVERGE
Earnings reports in recent days have shown how retailers’ fortunes have diverged in the pandemic.
RETAIL JINGLE BELLS TO RING LONGER THAN EVER BEFORE|CHARU KASTURI|SEPTEMBER 9, 2020|OZY

“All of the models start to diverge around the middle of the century, depending on what path we set ourselves on,” Barnard said.
NOBODY’S TALKING ABOUT THE SPORTS ARENA FLOOD ZONE|MACKENZIE ELMER|AUGUST 19, 2020|VOICE OF SAN DIEGO

The two approaches diverged substantially in philosophy and implementation.
INSIDE CHINA’S UNEXPECTED QUEST TO PROTECT DATA PRIVACY|TATE RYAN-MOSLEY|AUGUST 19, 2020|MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW

The researchers estimate that the tuatara and their ancestors diverged from snakes and lizards about 250 million years ago, meaning the group predates even the oldest dinosaurs.
HOW TUATARA LIVE SO LONG AND CAN WITHSTAND COOL WEATHER|JAKE BUEHLER|AUGUST 5, 2020|SCIENCE NEWS
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