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Sentence count:75+1 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-12-13Updated:2016-12-13
Antonym: convergeSimilar words: divergentconvergencedivertdiversediverteddiversitybiodiversityemergeMeaning: [daɪ'vɜːdʒ]  v. 1. move or draw apart 2. have no limits as a mathematical series 3. extend in a different direction 4. be at variance with; be out of line with. 
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1. This is where our opinions diverge from each other.
2. The parallel lines appear to diverge.
3. The recollection cannot diverge,( looks like the shadow to remain.
4. I'm afraid our opinions diverge from each other.
5. Opinions diverge greatly on this issue.
6. Our opinions diverge from each other.
7. Two paths diverge at the fork in the road.
8. Our opinions diverge on politics.
9. Where three roads diverge take the middle branch.
10. When the aims of the partners begin to diverge, there'strouble.
11. This country's interests diverge considerably from those of other European countries.
12. The view of the Estonian government does not diverge that far from Lipmaa's thinking.
13. I'm afraid our opinions diverge from each other on the direction of investment.
14. Individuals within each may well diverge from the norm.
15. They diverge in their justifications for the subjection of individuals to the exercise of state power during the enforcement of contractual obligations.
16. Here they would diverge on to reconditioned dockside trackage to cross the city to the freight terminal at Catalinas Sur.
17. In one aspect Kip and I did diverge in our thinking about Los Alamos.
18. The lines diverge in many traits-flower colour, plant height, pea shape and the colour of the pea included.
19. Male and female do appear to diverge in certain identifiable and significant ways.
20. Beyond Oshamambe the shinkansen will diverge from the coastal main line and head through the mountains to reach Sapporo.
21. Russia does not intend to diverge from the United Nations position on this issue.
22. But they tend to diverge into two types with respect to the information about features that is thought to be important.
23. As such a singularity is approached, some physical quantities diverge and all observers feel unbounded tidal forces.
24. About 7 million years ago the ancestors of mankind began to diverge from the ancestors of modern chimpanzees.
25. Nicholas's son had to decide whether and to what extent he was prepared to diverge from his father's methods.
26. In open, borderless capital markets, it is hard for borrowing costs to diverge very far.
27. The bird, widespread as it is, has resisted the temptation to diverge into numerous kinds found among many nest parasites.
28. The agendas of the press and the Republican electorate diverge dramatically during primary season, but not because of ideology.
29. In third and fourth years, the degree programmes progressively diverge from a set of core modules common to all.
30. For species, as for nations, descent with modification builds obstacles, almost as an afterthought, as populations diverge.
More similar words: divergentconvergencedivertdiversediverteddiversitybiodiversityemergeenergeticemergencydivedliverrivergiverdrivershiverwaiverdeliverreceiveruniversedeliveryuniversalquiveringgive rise touniversityanniversaryover and overenergyundergodiva
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