Origin of diverse
OTHER WORDS FROM diversedi·verse·ly, adverbdi·verse·ness, nounun·di·verse, adjective
How to use diverse in a sentence
We have a very wide and diverse revenue stream, which is a giant blessing to us.
We want to do things in the interest of our clients, and that means unlocking talent from diverse areas.
We must also build diverse coalitions to support the community.COVID-19 reminds us of the need to focus on health equity|jakemeth|November 17, 2020|Fortune
Other questions relate to who might benefit from the drug, and who might not, and a diverse study population could help address that.Psilocybin may help treat depression, a small study finds|Laura Sanders|November 17, 2020|Science News
In her continuing work in partnership with ProPublica, Parker plans to focus on challenges facing the diverse rural communities that make up the Mid-South Illinois region she calls home.ProPublica Selects Six Journalists for Distinguished Fellows Program|by ProPublica|November 16, 2020|ProPublica
Very diversely born I take those Norns to be: they have no common race.The Elder Eddas of Saemund Sigfusson; and the Younger Eddas of Snorre Sturleson|Saemund Sigfusson and Snorre Sturleson
The woods belonging to the temples were like lakes of verdure in this mountain of diversely-coloured blocks.Salammbo|Gustave Flaubert
This new habit of mind and speech has affected our literature deeply and diversely.The Glory of English Prose|Stephen Coleridge
Truth in these great matters of principle is of one, and it is only in formal treatises that it can be split up diversely.Hopes and Fears for Art|William Morris
I know not that any other passage in the Holy Scriptures has been so diversely interpreted, and so rent and wrested, as this text.Commentary on Genesis, Vol. II|Martin Luther