Definition of Diversing
1. diverse [v] - See also: diverse
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Diversing
Literary usage of Diversing
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Modern Iron Foundry Practice by George Robert Bale (1902)
"Cast-iron flywheels which are cast all in one piece are now commonly made with the arms staggered, starting from the centre of the rim, and diversing ..."
2. Donaustauf and Walhalla by Adalbert Müller (1846)
"... has the satisfaction of getting the most varied prospects of the environs as well as the most diversing vues of the building itself. ..."
3. Reincarnation: A Study of Forgotten Truth by Edward Dwight Walker (1888)
"In his own words, " Here is the cause of the diversing among rational creatures, not in the will or decision of the creature, but in the freedom of ..."
4. Englische Synonymik: Grössere ausg. Für Lehrer und Studierende by Clemens Klöpper (1881)
"... divers 369. diversing 66. diversion 66, 351. divert, to 66. divide, to 333, 362. divine 197. divine, to 136. divinity 197. divulge, to 61, 359. do, ..."