diversly

diversly

(ˈdaɪvəzlɪ)
adv
another spelling of diversely
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According to Loudon and Bitta (1993), psychographically millennial generation has the characteristics of socially driven or have a high awareness of their social status, diversly motivated or have the character of an adventure, socioeconomically introverted or willing to spend money to meet the pleasure and sport oriented or want to spend a fortune to Sports.
Formerly the character of Understanding, Perjury calls upon six false jurors, of whom he says, "Jurour in on hoode beer to facys/ Fayer speche and falshede in on space is." The actors playing the jurors have "hodys about her nekys" and are "vyserede [masked] diversly." (20)
Nor ever was the eye Of Jove averted from the flight; he viewd, thought ceaselessly And diversly upon the death of great Achilles' friend-- If Hector there (to wreake his sonne) should with his javelin end His life and force away his armes, or still augment the field.
They are not one and the same covenant diversly administred, but they are two distinct covenants." The repetition, though assertive, betrays the defensiveness written into a challenge to a venerable commonplace concerning covenantal architecture.
The speaker laments the way in which the lady "lyke the Spectator ydly sits, / Beholding me that all the pageants play, / Disguysing diversly my troubled wits" (2-4).