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di·verse / diˈvərs; dī-/ • adj. showing a great deal of variety: a culturally diverse population. ∎  (of two or more things) markedly different from one another: subjects as diverse as architecture, language teaching, and the physical sciences. DERIVATIVES: di·verse·ly adv.

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diverseamerce, asperse, averse, burse, coerce, converse, curse, diverse, Erse, hearse, immerse, intersperse, nurse, perse, perverse, purse, reimburse, submerse, terce, terse, transverse, verse, worse •commerce • wet nurse • sesterce •adverse • universe • obverse

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