Synonyms for convergence

Grammar : Noun
Spell : kuh n-vur-juh ns
Phonetic Transcription : kənˈvɜr dʒəns

Définition of convergence

Origin :
  • 1713, from converge + -ence. Related: Convergent. Convergent evolution was in use among biologists by 1890.
  • noun union
Example sentences :
  • Before him stretched the plateau leading to the convergence of the river and the cliff.
  • Extract from : « The Night Riders » by Ridgwell Cullum
  • In all this convergence of the militia toward Boston, there was one side current.
  • Extract from : « The Siege of Boston » by Allen French
  • Wherever there is division of labor, there is association and also convergence of effort.
  • Extract from : « Creative Evolution » by Henri Bergson
  • At the point of convergence there seemed to be a narrow passage.
  • Extract from : « Legacy » by James H Schmitz
  • We have hitherto dealt with the road of the Egyptians; we now describe that of the Mesopotamians, up to the point of convergence.
  • Extract from : « History Of Egypt, Chalda, Syria, Babylonia, And Assyria In The Light Of Recent Discovery » by L.W. King and H.R. Hall
  • Zapala station is also a point of convergence of herds of cattle.
  • Extract from : « The Argentine Republic » by Pierre Denis
  • The convergence of the evidences is really quite too overwhelming.'
  • Extract from : « Babylon, Volume 3 (of 3) » by Grant Allen
  • And this convergence of character is at first sight to be expected.
  • Extract from : « The Catholic World, Vol. X, October 1869 » by Various
  • If there be a tendency to convergence, glasses should be worn and atropine used.
  • Extract from : « A System of Operative Surgery, Volume IV (of 4) » by Various
  • We find an explanation for this convergence in one of his letters.
  • Extract from : « Modern Painting, Its Tendency and Meaning » by Willard Huntington Wright

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