deviated

[ verb dee-vee-eyt; adjective, noun dee-vee-it ]SEE DEFINITION OF deviated

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This order was not to be deviated from under any circumstances.

He must have known his own writing, and would not have deviated from his own purpose.

Antonio deviated but little from the teaching of his father.

There are a few passages in which I have deviated from Parab's text.

If he deviated a hair's breadth at that speed he'd turn turtle.

Captain Baudin had deviated from the instructions given him by the Institute.

In one respect it deviated from the physician's cane proper.

The American has not deviated in this respect from his English kinsman.

This was his authority, and Heaven help the man who deviated from the official path!

In other directions, household aspects had not deviated from their accustomed monotony.