Definition of divergency in English:



See divergent

  • ‘There exists wide divergency as to what form of future human life we have to encourage.’
  • ‘A London journalist has summed up the divergencies of the eight teams concerned in the current cup ties in this way.’
  • ‘There will always be divergencies of opinion but there is over half a century of close co-operation on which to build.’
  • ‘Again, there may be a divergency of view between the accountants, or there may be alternative principles.’
  • ‘Thus, the high divergency of this family might make the identification of orthologous genes in other eukaryotic species difficult.’