She has been most diversely described by her different contemporaries.
In Scripture we find the word honour often and diversely used.
The walls to be painted without and within, and diversely paineted.
From age to age, thereafter, have I been diversely reborn on this earth.
I don't believe we look at her diversely, in the smallest particular.
And probably no word has been more vaguely and diversely employed.
So farewell; and may He protect your Celsitude whom we diversely worship.'
Why should we be by nature so fastidious and so diversely affected?
No piece of mechanism has affected so widely, diversely and powerfully, the globe and its inhabitants, as the locomotive.
The traveler cannot but like Augsburg at once, for its quaint houses, colored so diversely and yet harmoniously.