divergent

[ dih-vur-juh nt, dahy- ]SEE DEFINITION OF divergent
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That the habits of the Judge and the drummer were divergent made it all the more annoying.

Burr could get no help from any of the divergent parties he had attempted to gain.

But this traveling on divergent lines could not but have its effect upon them.

The results are so divergent on this point that it is best not to adopt any standard at present.

It consists merely in divergent specialization from a general center.

They do imply, however, that there are divergent directions and forms of thought.

Horns and feet slender cylindrical, straight, divergent; three horns about as long as the shell, three feet twice as long.

The latter are connected with the former by six divergent curved columell, about as long as the diameter of the basal ring.

The latter are connected with the former by eight divergent, curved columell, as long as the diameter of the mitral ring.

Three horns and six feet nearly of the same size and of similar form, conical, divergent, about one-third as long as the shell.

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