- diverging lens,
- diversified farming,
Origin of diversified
verb (used with object), di·ver·si·fied, di·ver·si·fy·ing.
verb (used without object), di·ver·si·fied, di·ver·si·fy·ing.
Origin of diversify
Examples from the Web for diversified
Woe unto the central banker who diversified in that direction too quickly.
The cuisine is rustic like the land, and its people and the flavors are intense, diversified and explosive.
Production was stepped up and the design refined and diversified.
The promises made to believing prayer are explicit, numerous, and diversified.
These diversified qualities were, in a manner, shrouded under Spanish reserve and taciturnity.History of the Reformation in the Sixteenth Century, Vol 2|J. H. Merle D'Aubign
Nature, so varied and diversified, had become monotonous, calm and quiet; so peaceful that an earthquake would have been a relief.The Confession of a Fool|August Strindberg
It is rich and fertile, gently rolling, diversified by fine beeches and elms.Across the Continent by the Lincoln Highway|Effie Price Gladding
This far-flung and diversified empire had to be organized in order to be governed, and defended in order to be maintained.Beginnings of the American People|Carl Lotus Becker
verb -fies, -fying or -fied
Word Origin for diversify
late 15c., from Old French diversifier (13c.) "to make diverse," from Medieval Latin diversificare, from Latin diversus (see diverse). Economic sense is from 1939. Related: Diversified; diversifying.