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
Related Words for diversifieddiverse, varied, mixed, manifold, variegated, assorted, different, divers, many, miscellaneous, myriad, several, sundry
Examples from the Web for diversified
Contemporary Examples of diversified
White, black, gay, straight, Christian, Jewish, Muslim: Preppies have diversified quickly.A 'True Prep' Primer
September 6, 2010
Woe unto the central banker who diversified in that direction too quickly.Roubini and Bremmer on Why We're Still Doomed
Nouriel Roubini, Ian Bremmer
May 24, 2010
The cuisine is rustic like the land, and its people and the flavors are intense, diversified and explosive.Fresh Picks
July 14, 2009
Production was stepped up and the design refined and diversified.The Lucky Dress
June 11, 2009
Historical Examples of diversified
In scripture we are furnished with illustrations of this diversified operation.Female Scripture Biographies, Vol. II
Francis Augustus Cox
Her parting instructions to her uncles were many and diversified.Mary-'Gusta
Joseph C. Lincoln
The settlers of Australia are as diversified in their habits as in their origin.
Girls' pleasures are by no means so diversified as those of boys.A History of Nursery Rhymes
Percy B. Green
This is an indication of varied personality and diversified taste.Travels in the Far East
Ellen Mary Hayes Peck
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.