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divergency

noun di·ver·gen·cy \-jən(t)-sē\
plural di·ver·gen·cies

Definition of DIVERGENCY

Examples of DIVERGENCY

  1. <a growing divergency of opinion on that hot-button issue>
  2. <a warning that no divergency from the church's traditional teachings on the subject would be permitted>

First Known Use of DIVERGENCY

1709

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