noun (plural diversities)[mass noun]
- 1The state of being diverse: there was considerable diversity in the style of the reportsMore example sentences
- A smaller pool of people can mean less diversity, less variety and less dynamism.
- We are all part of a sustainable industry, rich in diversity, with a unique blend of assets.
- The continental enlargement of the Union will deepen its pre-existing diversity.
- 1.1 [in singular] A range of different things: newspapers were obliged to allow a diversity of views to be printedMore example sentences
- A very striking difference is evident in the diversities of different colony-forms in cyclostomes and cheilostomes.
- India is a land of the greatest diversities and infinite varieties.
- I mean, how could travelling reveal to you the diversities of home?
Middle English: from Old French diversite, from Latin diversitas, from diversus 'diverse', past participle of divertere 'turn aside' (see divert).