Definition of Divergences

1. Noun. (plural of divergence) ¹



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Definition of Divergences

1. divergence [n] - See also: divergence

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Divergences

divemasters
diver
diver's palsy
diver's paralysis
diverb
diverbs
diverge
diverged
divergement
divergements
divergence
divergence excess exotropia
divergence insufficiency
divergence insufficiency exotropia
divergenceless
divergences (current term)
divergencies
divergency
divergent evolution
divergent gill trama
divergent series
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divergent strabismus
divergent thinker
divergent thinking
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diverging
diverging lens

Literary usage of Divergences

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1. The Cambridge Modern History by John Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton Acton, Ernest Alfred Benians, George Walter Prothero, Sir Adolphus William Ward (1907)
"influenced opinion ; a time came when they controlled it; but they never became popular, nor strong enough to form a governing party. divergences ..."

2. Dictionary of Philosophy and Psychology: Including Many of the Principal by James Mark Baldwin (1901)
"The attempt to rationalize the putative act has developed great divergences of view, ranging from extreme Augustinianism on the one hand to Pelagianism on ..."

3. A Study of Ethical Principles by James Seth (1905)
"Its divergences from Butler. — Contemporary Rationalism retains essentially the form in which Butler stereotyped the theory. ..."

4. The Ancient Catholic Church: From the Accession of Trajan to the Fourth by Robert Rainy (1902)
"divergences The monks were laymen, and they must often have felt themselves to be more pious than many of the clergy; they practised what was held to be a ..."

5. Sources of the Synoptic Gospels by Carl Safford Patton (1915)
"PASSAGES CLOSELY SIMILAR, YET WITH divergences TOO GREAT TO BE ACCOUNTED FOR UPON THE HYPOTHESIS OF AN UNDIFFERENTIATED Q Sections 42 in Matthew and 16 in ..."

6. Ten Tudor Statesmen by Arthur Donald Innes (1906)
"VI divergences BETWEEN HENRY AND CROMWELL In short, down to the pronouncement of the divorce, Henry and Cromwell are clearly working in perfect ..."

7. History of the New World Called America by Edward John Payne (1899)
"... di- The divergence of the verb from the noun, incomplete though it often is, is usually sufficiently marked to serve as a basis for further divergences. ..."

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