Definition of divarication in US English:

divarication

noun

  • See divaricate

    • ‘This article explores the essence of such divarications, in part drawing upon decisions made by the Victorian Mental Health Review Board.’
    • ‘Another interesting feature was divarication of midline abdominal musculature, which required correction.’
    • ‘It seamed that between extratonal and neo-tonal codes there were nothing but divarications.’
    • ‘Tracks have three distinct digits with a divarication of 50º to 75º.’
    • ‘There is, however, a larger plot to the poem, wherein all of its disparate elements and wild divarications find their home.’

Pronunciation

divarication

/dəˌverəˈkāSHən/