Examples of diverse in a Sentence
We can adapt to new problems in ways that other species cannot. It is this ability that enabled our ancestors to spread over the globe, displacing other hominids and many other species along the way. Our cultures and individual behaviors are so successfully diverse that humans are more like an entire ecosystem than a single species. —Barbara Oakley, Evil Genes, (2007) 2008
Since the methods and policies of the Spaniards on the edges of empire varied over time and place, and the indigenous tribes and peoples with whom they came into contact were almost endlessly diverse, Weber was faced with the daunting challenge of writing a book that was at the same time comprehensive and comprehensible. —J. H. Elliott, New York Review of Books, 23 Feb. 2006
The place is packed at both lunch and dinner. The crowd, always a diverse blend of athletes and fans, cops and criminals, showbiz and fashion, appears as heterogeneous as ever. —Eric Asimov, New York Times, 26 Mar. 2003
Many students, from campuses diverse as Bushwick High School in Brooklyn, New York, and Whitman College in Walla Walla, Washington, had classmates sign cards pledging to vote for “books, not bombs.” —Liza Featherstone, Nation, 4/11 Aug. 2003
His message appealed to a diverse audience.
a diverse group of subjects
Recent Examples of diverse from the Web
Never has there been a more truly global show with an equally diverse and international cast and crew, which is only mirrored by the connected community of deeply passionate fans all around the world.
Impromptu comedy and the game-show world have been part of Wayne Brady's diverse realm.
Also, Sushi Maki general sushi bar traditions by having women chefs behind the counter, and a diverse staff.
Holland wrote that the show’s story, which shot episodes in 13 countries, its cast and crew reflected a diverse global community.
The Vatican and companies as diverse as Exxon Mobil Corp. and Apple Inc., as well as Tesla, had urged the president to remain in the pact.
Six short documentaries, with public figures including Van Jones and Colin Kaepernick, explore patriotism in a diverse and divided United States.
Our goal is to reach as much of the population as possible, selecting shows that attract a diverse audience and attract participants from all faiths and beliefs.
There were signs of the strain on Britain’s diverse society, as Greater Manchester Police Chief Constable Ian Hopkins said that reports of hate crimes in the city after the Monday-night attack had doubled between Monday and Wednesday.
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Origin and Etymology of diverse
Middle English divers, diverse, from Anglo-French & Latin; Anglo-French divers, from Latin diversus, from past participle of divertere —see divert
First Known Use: 14th century
Synonym Discussion of diverse
DIVERSE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of diverse for English Language Learners
: different from each other
: made up of people or things that are different from each other
DIVERSE Defined for Kids
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