Divarication meaning

dī-vărĭ-kāshən, dĭ-
The act of divaricating.
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The condition of being divaricate.
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A divergence of opinion.
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A divaricating, or branching.
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A difference of opinion.
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The act of divaricating.
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The condition of being divaricate.
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A divergence of opinion.
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The point at which branching occurs.
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(botany) The growth habit of some low-growing shrubs; with wide angles where they diverge, the branches may interlace.
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Origin of divarication

  • Latin divaricat-, past participle stem of divaricare, from di- + varicare ‘stretch (the legs) apart’

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