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diverse
used in The Iliad by Homer (translated by: Lang, Leaf, & Myers)

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Definition
varied (having variety amongst things of the same kind) — especially with regard to ideas or members of a population group
  • But among the other gods fell grievous bitter strife, and their hearts were carried diverse in their breasts.
    Book 21 (63% in)
  • Seeing that the allies are very many throughout Priam's great city, and diverse men, being scattered abroad, have diverse tongues; therefore let each one give the word to those whose chieftain he is, and them let him lead forth and have the ordering of his countrymen."
    Book 2 (91% in)
  • Seeing that the allies are very many throughout Priam's great city, and diverse men, being scattered abroad, have diverse tongues; therefore let each one give the word to those whose chieftain he is, and them let him lead forth and have the ordering of his countrymen."
    Book 2 (91% in)

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