# convergence

### noun

## Origin of convergence

## Examples from the Web for convergence

### Contemporary Examples of convergence

The convergence of these signs lit Morris up like a firecracker.

Republican political operatives say the gains the GOP is set to make are due to a convergence of causes.

But regardless of their different lenses, she said, “there seems to be a convergence of interests” between the two sides.

However frightful Nader found it, the concept intrigued him that “convergence” could be found among disparate groups.

Convergence is also gathering force in a shared revulsion for the consequences of the war on drugs.

### Historical Examples of convergence

Before him stretched the plateau leading to the convergence of the river and the cliff.

The Night RidersRidgwell Cullum

In all this convergence of the militia toward Boston, there was one side current.

The Siege of BostonAllen French

Wherever there is division of labor, there is association and also convergence of effort.

Creative EvolutionHenri Bergson

At the point of convergence there seemed to be a narrow passage.

LegacyJames H Schmitz

We have hitherto dealt with the road of the Egyptians; we now describe that of the Mesopotamians, up to the point of convergence.

History Of Egypt, Chalda, Syria, Babylonia, And Assyria In The Light Of Recent DiscoveryL.W. King and H.R. Hall