- of a different kind, form, character, etc.; unlike: a wide range of diverse opinions.
- of various kinds or forms; multiform.
- including representatives from more than one social, cultural, or economic group, especially members of ethnic or religious minority groups: a diverse student body.
Origin of diverse
Synonyms for diverse
Examples from the Web for undiverse
Historical Examples of undiverse
He believed in the New Work, believed in it with every fiber of his being, but an undiverse portfolio was flat-out irresponsible.Makers
- having variety; assorted
- distinct in kind
Word Origin for diverse
c.1300, spelling variant of divers (q.v.), perhaps by analogy with converse, traverse, etc. In some cases directly from Latin diversus, and since c.1700 restricted to the meaning "different in character or quality." Related: Diversely.