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divers

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adjective di·vers \ˈdī-vərz\

Definition of divers

  1. :  various



Examples of divers

  1. <the state fair offers divers amusements for the whole family>



Origin of divers

Middle English divers, diverse


First Known Use: 14th century


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divers

pronoun, plural in construction di·vers

Definition of divers

  1. :  an indefinite number more than one <with divers of the leaves torn and stitched across — Charles Dickens>



1528

First Known Use of divers

1528



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