Production was stepped up and the design refined and diversified.
The cuisine is rustic like the land, and its people and the flavors are intense, diversified and explosive.
Woe unto the central banker who diversified in that direction too quickly.
White, black, gay, straight, Christian, Jewish, Muslim: Preppies have diversified quickly.
Wiegmann diversified as much as possible his mode of bringing about these irregular unions among plants.
The settlers of Australia are as diversified in their habits as in their origin.
The Countess diversified her grief with a deadly bitterness against the heartless Jocelyns.
Girls' pleasures are by no means so diversified as those of boys.
The Company previously, and now the King, had urged upon the Virginians a diversified industry and agriculture.
This is an indication of varied personality and diversified taste.
late 15c., from Old French diversifier (13c.) "to make diverse," from Medieval Latin diversificare, from Latin diversus (see diverse). Economic sense is from 1939. Related: Diversified; diversifying.