divergent

[ UK /da‍ɪvˈɜːd‍ʒənt/ ]
[ US /daɪˈvɝdʒənt, dɪˈvɝdʒənt/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. tending to move apart in different directions
  2. diverging from another or from a standard
    a divergent opinion
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How To Use divergent In A Sentence

  • He argues that the two main parties are no longer capable of holding together the divergent views within them. Times, Sunday Times
  • And how can those who profess to revere this charismatic figure, propound views so intolerantly divergent from those of their great leader?
  • In 1873 he gave a continuous function with divergent Fourier series at any point solving a major problem.
  • The Japanese language includes sharply divergent styles of speech for men and women.
  • They are also divergent from SCRs of the group 1 proteins.
  • These two sympatric species are reproductively isolated and represent highly divergent lineages in the genus.
  • The problems which are likely to be encountered in attempting to mesh such divergent data are both technical and philosophical.
  • For one thing, he says, the canons of the two groups are different, and therefore, the ways Christians and Jews read their scripture will be divergent.
  • Third, the world sees no near-term pretender to the throne because neither the divergent economies within the Euro zone nor the undemocratic Chinese regime command sufficient confidence in their respective currencies. NYT > Opinion
  • Inclusion. Embracing diversity and divergent thinking.
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