[ US /daɪˈvɝsəˌfaɪd, dɪˈvɝsəˌfaɪd/ ]
[ UK /da‍ɪvˈɜːsɪfˌa‍ɪd/ ]
  1. having variety of character or form or components; or having increased variety
    diversified farming
    a diversified musical program ranging from classical to modern
    diversified investments
    diversified scenery
    diversified manufacturing
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How To Use diversified In A Sentence

  • It commands a view of mingled woodland and rolling plain, diversified by river and lake, extending to a horizon so faint and far away as to suggest the idea of illimitable space. Charlie to the Rescue
  • Squire Western, who, surrounded by piqueurs, and girt with the conventional cor de chasse of the Gallic sportsman, sings the following ariette, diversified with true Fielding
  • Most diversified companies get that way through acquisitions.
  • LONDON—Commodities prices face increased volatility due to near-term macroeconomic concerns, but the long-term demand outlook remains bright, several of the U.K.'s largest globally diversified miners said Monday. Global Miners See Price Volatility but Brisk Demand
  • She's also helped one client go from being an employee to the owner of a fully diversified enterprise, and is now helping him franchise his new operation.
  • The college biology department has diversified by adding new courses in biotechnology.
  • In Camberwick Green, everyone had sensibly diversified into specialist trades that made the town work as a well-regulated organic entity.
  • The album works on all levels thanks to its diversified genres, such as jazz, blues, gospel, bluegrass and zydeco.
  • Out of a starting point in a constant featureless environment, life spontaneously diversified.
  • For Maasai to remain ‘people of the cattle,’ livestock husbandry must continue as the core feature of a diversified livelihood.
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