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diversify to give or introduce variety to or into. [2 definitions]
diversion an act or instance of turning aside or deflecting. [3 definitions]
diversity the state or condition of being unlike; dissimilarity. [3 definitions]
divert to turn aside or away from something; deflect. [4 definitions]
diverticulitis painful inflammation of a sac that branches off from a hollow organ, esp. the intestine.
diverticulosis a disorder characterized by the presence of many saclike growths protruding outward from the intestinal wall.
diverticulum a tubular pouch or sac that branches out from a body canal, organ, or cavity, occurring as a normal or abnormal growth.
divertimento a light instrumental chamber composition with several short movements, usu. written in the eighteenth century.
diverting causing amusement or casual interest; entertaining.
divertissement an amusement or entertainment; diversion. [2 definitions]
divest to take rights or property away from; dispossess, esp. by legal means. [4 definitions]
divide to separate into parts or factions. [8 definitions]
divided separated into sections or pieces. [3 definitions]
dividend a pro-rata share of a company's distributed earnings paid to stockholders or insurance policyholders. [4 definitions]
dividendless combined form of dividend.
divider that which separates, divides, or partitions. [2 definitions]
divination the act of prophecy or revelation by interpreting omens or by supernatural means. [3 definitions]
divine of, from, pertaining to, or characteristic of a god or gods. [12 definitions]
Divine Comedy a rhymed medieval Italian epic poem written by Dante Alighieri, describing his imaginary progression from Hell through Purgatory to Paradise.
divine office (sometimes caps.) the readings and prayers for the various canonical hours in the Roman Catholic Church.
divine right of kings the doctrine that a monarch's right to rule comes directly from God, not from the people.