convergence

[ kuh n-vur-juh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF convergence

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONVERGENCE

Before him stretched the plateau leading to the convergence of the river and the cliff.

In all this convergence of the militia toward Boston, there was one side current.

Wherever there is division of labor, there is association and also convergence of effort.

At the point of convergence there seemed to be a narrow passage.

We have hitherto dealt with the road of the Egyptians; we now describe that of the Mesopotamians, up to the point of convergence.

Zapala station is also a point of convergence of herds of cattle.

The convergence of the evidences is really quite too overwhelming.'

And this convergence of character is at first sight to be expected.

If there be a tendency to convergence, glasses should be worn and atropine used.

We find an explanation for this convergence in one of his letters.

WORD ORIGIN

1713, from converge + -ence. Related: Convergent. Convergent evolution was in use among biologists by 1890.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CONVERGENCE

imminence

nounapproach
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