diverse

[adj] - distinctly dissimilar or unlike
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Diverse

Di'verse adjective [ The same word as divers . See Divers .] 1. Different; unlike; dissimilar; distinct; separate. « The word . . . is used in a sense very diverse from its original import.» J. Edwards. « Our roads are diverse : farewell,...
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Diverse

DiĀ·verse' adverb In different directions; diversely.
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diverse

diĀ·verse' (dĭ*vẽrs') intransitive verb To turn aside. [ Obsolete] « The redcross knight diverst , but forth rode Britomart.» Spenser.
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diverse

To turn aside. 'The redcross knight diverst, but forth rode Britomart.' (Spenser) ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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diverse

various adjective distinctly dissimilar or unlike; `celebrities as diverse as Bob Hope and Bob Dylan`; `animals as various as the jaguar and the cavy and the sloth`
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Diverse

• (adv.) In different directions; diversely. • (a.) Different; unlike; dissimilar; distinct; separate. • (a.) Capable of various forms; multiform. • (v. i.) To turn aside.
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Diverse

Kenny Jenkins, better known by his stage name Diverse, is an American rapper. An underground hip hop artist, he has received critical acclaim `from knowledgeable heads worldwide`. ==Career== Diverse got his start in the Chicago hip-hop scene while being employed at a post office. He has worked or associated with Chicago hip-hop mainstays such as.....
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Diverse

Widely varied. In the sense of a diverse population, people are from a range of backgrounds, ethnicities and cultures.
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diverse

many and different
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