Antonym: diverge. Similar words: convergence, convert, converse, converted, conversion, conversely, convertible, conversation. Meaning: [kən'vɜːdʒ] v. 1. be adjacent or come together 2. approach a limit as the number of terms increases without limit 3. move or draw together at a certain location 4. come together so as to form a single product.

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1. The two rivers

*converge*into one near Pittsburgh.2. These lines

*converge*at a certain point.3. The paths all

*converge*at the main gate of the park.4. Our previously opposed views are beginning to

*converge*.5. Some say that capitalism and socialism will eventually

*converge*.6. As they flow south, the five rivers

*converge*.7. Parallel lines

*converge*at infinity.8. Cultural beliefs about the role of women

*converge*with government policies.9. 100 000 people are expected to

*converge*on the town for the festival.9. Sentencedict.com is a online sentence dictionary, on which you can find good sentences for a large number of words.

10. Here the two distinct theories

*converge*.11. Traffic is heavy where the two roads

*converge*.12. About 20,000 motorcyclists will

*converge*on Milwaukee this weekend, to celebrate the 90th birthday of the Harley Davidson bike company.13. These mountains

*converge*in the high mountainous land to the south called the Vaults.14. Hundreds of hippies

*converge*on Stonehenge to celebrate the summer solstice.15. The borders of Thailand, Laos and Burma all

*converge*at this point.16. Leading hoteliers, publicans and restaurateurs will

*converge*at the Kings Hall, Balmoral, to choose new wines for their customers.17. Arches

*converge*above boat shaped hollow concrete piers close to each riverbank and concealing hydraulic rams that perform the clever bit.18. If you look at the end of your nose, your eyes

*converge*.19. Due to roadworks, three lanes of traffic have to

*converge*into two.20. The ships had travelled thousands of miles through hostile waters to

*converge*in the Atlantic.21. Either way, the transformation of the area where Broadway and Seventh Avenue

*converge*is as remarkable as it is undeniable.22. When Lee learned what the Federals were doing, he sent word for his scattered columns to

*converge*west of Gettysburg.23. So to avoid significant arbitrage profits, the futures and spot prices must

*converge*.24. From daytime feeding grounds up to twenty miles away, they

*converge*on Abbey Park to roost for the night.25. Every sundown, he told us, thousands of Java pond herons

*converge*here for the night.26. On this hypothesis the spits both start from their respective headlands and

*converge*towards the centre of the bay.27. Thus results from passive avoidance and imprinting might begin to

*converge*, which should be good news for both labs.28. Whenever famine strikes, Western public and private relief agencies

*converge*upon it with cargo planes, helicopters and land cruisers.29. The systems would only be effective if they were planned to

*converge*towards an integrated system. 3.30. Ley lines - channels of energy or guide routes for prehistoric travellers - are said to

*converge*at the Tor.More similar words: convergence, convert, converse, converted, conversion, conversely, convertible, conversation, conversational, verge, diverge, convey, divergent, convene, convenient, convention, convection, conveyance, convex lens, convenience, inconvenient, conventional, constitutional convention, unconventional, emerge, submerge, energetic, submerged, emergency, inverse.