Now I'm trying to diversify a little bit, by necessity as much as by will.
It was a mix of congressmen and senators with three others added to diversify the gathering of white men.
Increase and diversify the velocity of your messages to a maddening pace.
The two tech titans reported disappointing earnings as they try to diversify from their highly profitable, maturing cores.
This would enable the company to diversify and compensate for losses in Europe by reaching East Asian markets.
The arch of one of the gates is entire, and of another only so far dilapidated as to diversify the appearance.
To diversify our crops and crop no more than we can cultivate.
It is in vain that Aristotle tries to diversify the absurdity, and to follow it out into collateral absurd consequences.
What may be expected in a court is only to diversify l'ennui.
The honorable gentleman has made one endeavor more to diversify the form of this disgusting argument.
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.