- Different; unlike; dissimilar; distinct; separate.
Eloquence is a great and diverse thing. --B. Jonson. [1913 Webster]
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diverse — di·verse adj: differing from one another; specif: differing in citizenship from another party to an action a diverse defendant see also diversity jurisdiction at jurisdiction compare nondiverse … Law dictionary
Diverse FM — City of license Luton Broadcast area Luton, Dunstable Houghton Regis Frequency 102.8 MHz First air date 2007 Transmitter coordinates … Wikipedia
diverse — diverse, divers Both words once shared the meaning now confined to diverse, i.e. ‘varied, unalike’, qualifying singular and plural nouns, as in • Why is it so diverse, so varied in its character? J. Houston, 1990 • Can a single author cover the… … Modern English usage
diverse — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ widely varied. DERIVATIVES diversely adverb. ORIGIN Latin diversus diverse , from divertere (see DIVERT(Cf. ↑diverting)) … English terms dictionary
Diverse — Di*verse , adv. In different directions; diversely. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
Diverse — Di*verse , v. i. To turn aside. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] The redcross knight diverst, but forth rode Britomart. Spenser. [1913 Webster] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
diverse — diverse:⇨einige(1) … Das Wörterbuch der Synonyme
diverse — c.1300, spelling variant of DIVERS (Cf. divers) (q.v.), perhaps by analogy with converse, traverse, etc. In some cases directly from L. diversus, and since c.1700 restricted to the meaning different in character or quality. Related: Diversely … Etymology dictionary
diverse — *different, divergent, disparate, various Analogous words: contrasted or contrasting (see corresponding verb at COMPARE): contrary, *opposite, contradictory: *distinct, separate Antonyms: identical, selfsame Contrasted words: *same, equivalent,… … New Dictionary of Synonyms
diverse — [adj] different; various assorted, contradictory, contrary, contrasted, contrasting, contrastive, differing, discrete, disparate, dissimilar, distant, distinct, divergent, diversified, diversiform, incommensurable, like night and day*, manifold,… … New thesaurus