Origin of divergency
OTHER WORDS FROM divergencynon·di·ver·gen·cy, noun, plural non·di·ver·gen·cies.
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How to use divergency in a sentence
The general outline of the stalls themselves is Gothic, the chief divergency being in the supports of the elbow rests and seats.Wood Carvings in English Churches|Francis Bond
Nor at first did it go far in furthering tolerance or respect for divergency of moral and religious convictions.Reconstruction in Philosophy|John Dewey
Obviously so much discussion shows difference of opinion, divergency of conception, conflicting interests.Ireland as It Is|Robert John Buckley (AKA R.J.B.)
Among the questions raised is one which forms the object of a certain divergency of opinion.The Golden Triangle|Maurice Leblanc
The ribs are all of one curve and equidistant, and their divergency, resembling that of an open fan, has suggested the name.