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diverse (adjective), more diverse, most diverse
1. Made up of distinct characteristics, qualities, or elements; for example, consisting of many differing parts, topics, or subjects: The students in Jaden's psychology class presented several diverse explanations about how people think.
2. Very different or distinct from one another: Henry was someone who had many diverse interests and activities.
3. Composed of many ethnic, as well as socioeconomic and gender, groups: The large city had a very diverse population, including people from each continent in the world.
4. Etymology: associated with Latin diversus, "turned different ways" and since about 1700, restricted to the meaning "different in character or quality".
Dissimilar, diversified, or different.
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A reference to being different or distinct from another person or something; having dissimilar viewpoints or opinions. (1)