noun, plural di·ver·gen·cies.
Origin of divergency
Related formsnon·di·ver·gen·cy, noun, plural non·di·ver·gen·cies.
Examples from the Web for divergency
Thus far we go together; but this is a point of divergency, from which we take very different directions.Calvinistic Controversy|Wilbur Fisk
This divergency of views on the part of the dogs also quickly put an end to their advance.Winter Adventures of Three Boys|Egerton R. Young
This divergency of opinion extends over the period of ten years, from 1349 to 1359.Owen Glyndwr and the Last Struggle for Welsh Independence|Arthur Granville Bradley
Or, in other words, to that divergency of type which is so well insisted on by Mr. Charles Darwin.Evolution, Old & New|Samuel Butler
On the other hand, when divergency is permitted, it counts for a great deal.Progress and History|Various