- divergence insufficiency,
- divergent plate boundary,
- divergent strabismus
Origin of divergence
Examples from the Web for divergence
Tris refuses to conform to societal conventions, both in terms of her divergence and her sexuality.Sex Won’t Kill Young Adult Heroines: ‘Divergent’ and Rape Culture|Amy Zimmerman|March 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And this divergence is taking place even as defense spending is being cut due to the sequester.Shares of defense contractors rise as Syria tensions mount|Sarah Langs|August 29, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The study weighed more than a dozen factors to see which were causing the divergence in mortality rates.
This divergence has an impact on other measurements of social health.Poverty and Growth: Retro-Urbanists Cling to the Myth of Suburban Decline|Joel Kotkin, Wendell Cox|May 21, 2013|DAILY BEAST
In fact, the divergence in the family patterns of the affluent and the disadvantaged is more a matter of economics than culture.Charles Murray’s ‘Coming Apart’ and the Culture Myth|Ralph Richard Banks|February 8, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Practically there is a divergence when their clothing begins to differ, but this is merely artificial.Household Organization|Florence Caddy
A divergence is the spreading apart of two lines which have been running parallel or nearly parallel.The Science of Fingerprints|Federal Bureau of Investigation
Here comes the point of divergence; the fittest from among organisms whose variations arise mainly through use and disuse?Luck or Cunning|Samuel Butler
Yet the divergence of these Nonjurors from the National Church was, after all, far more apparent than real.The English Church in the Eighteenth Century|Charles J. Abbey and John H. Overton
In an earlier chapter we dealt with the divergence of that play from the English Senecan school of tragedy.The Growth of English Drama|Arnold Wynne
1650s, from Modern Latin divergentia, from divergens (see diverge). Related: Divergency.