However frightful Nader found it, the concept intrigued him that “convergence” could be found among disparate groups.
The convergence of diverse brilliance has been a hallmark of CGI since its beginning.
For me, I liked the great sense of convergence—the whole of the art world coming to this place.
His work is a convergence of light and movement on the human form.
The convergence of these signs lit Morris up like a firecracker.
The result is a series of parallels in form which come under the evolution principle of convergence.
At the point of convergence there seemed to be a narrow passage.
As they talked they followed the huge conductors back to their point of convergence.
We have hitherto dealt with the road of the Egyptians; we now describe that of the Mesopotamians, up to the point of convergence.
In view of such a convergence of proofs, I am surprised that attention was not long ago called to this etymology.
convergence con·ver·gence (kən-vûr'jəns)
The process of coming together or the state of having come together toward a common point.
Such a gathering at a single preganglionic motor neuron of several postganglionic motor neurons.
The coordinated turning of the eyes inward to focus on an object at close range.
The adaptive evolution of superficially similar structures, such as the wings of birds and insects, in unrelated species subjected to similar environments. Also called convergent evolution.
The movement of cells from the periphery of the embryo toward the midline during gastrulation.