And the holy man Giovanni marvelled to see so many truths all diversely coloured.
She has been most diversely described by her different contemporaries.
The quantity of herrings that are caught in this season are diversely accounted for.
In Scripture we find the word honour often and diversely used.
This bubbling slime is almost as diversely tinted as the pools themselves.
I don't believe we look at her diversely, in the smallest particular.
The sudden stroke of the impact falling upon men of dissimilar temperament reacted on them diversely.
And probably no word has been more vaguely and diversely employed.
There surviving troubadours escaped and left a legacy which Dante, Petrarch and Boccaccio diversely shared.
So farewell; and may He protect your Celsitude whom we diversely worship.'
c.1300, spelling variant of divers (q.v.), perhaps by analogy with converse, traverse, etc. In some cases directly from Latin diversus, and since c.1700 restricted to the meaning "different in character or quality." Related: Diversely.