Definition of diverse in English:

diverse

Syllabification: di·verse
Pronunciation: /diˈvərs, dī-
 
/

adjective

Derivatives

diversely

adverb
More example sentences
  • I've written quite diversely on anything that I'm interested in - and I'm interested in quite a lot of things.
  • It was not just an unimpeded sound, but a diversely focused one.
  • Its countryside is rated by some as being some of the most diversely scenic in the United Kingdom, yet do we care?

Origin

Middle English: variant of divers.

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