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- n. The state or quality of being diverse or unlike and varied; diversity.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The quality of being diverse.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. noticeable heterogeneity
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Blue America college-town sorts, animated not only by Obama's intellect, but also by his "diverseness" and its symbolic import for showing that our nasty past is truly past.
Hillary Clinton is still being diverseness to concede to Obama.
I became confused by the astonishing configurations of insects and the diverseness of their textures, and was not able to summarize my image successfully.
And certain -- then there became a real diverseness in the market.
What were once inefficient methods of production are now celebrated as vehicles for diverseness.
The bushliar-criminal regime has fomented the worst class warfare, societal striation, and diverseness in American society in at least a generation.
KING: And the diverseness of the fact that you could like someone the audience doesn't like, right?
Instead, they were young, dynamic, stylish lawyers who enjoyed being challenged and appreciated diverseness.
Madame Pfeiffer was much struck by the diverseness of the conveyances that dash through the pleasant, breezy streets of this picturesque city.
Much of man's energy is expended in trying to overcome the diverseness of nature.