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diverge

verb

Definition of DIVERGE

1
to change one's course or direction <the deer abruptly diverged from its intended path the moment it spied the waiting lynx>
Related Words tack, zigzag; double (back), turn back
2
to go or move in different directions from a central point <at that point the road and the railroad tracks diverge>
Synonyms branch (out), diverge, divide, fork, part, spread
Near Antonyms assemble, gather, meet
Antonyms converge, join

March 30, 2015
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