diversity

[ dih-vur-si-tee, dahy- ]SEE DEFINITION OF diversity

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DIVERSITY

There was, he contended, some diversion and diversity in card-playing.

In such a diversity it was impossible I should be disposed to melancholy.

Diversity is the law of life, as equality, or versimilitude, is that of death.

The ensuing survey does not pretend to cover the field in all its diversity.

The diversity of the sutures was caused by the struggle of the food against the courses of the soul.

Books of multiple authorship often possess too wide a diversity of viewpoints.

Between these extremes there is every diversity of opinion and procedure that can be conceived.

Middle age is the period of most diversity, when individuality is most pronounced.

But is not this the natural result of the diversity of our feminine souls?

He is not disturbed by the diversity of methods exhibited in the Paraphrase.

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