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synonyms for deviated

  • depart
  • differ
  • diverge
  • vary
  • veer
  • aberrate
  • avert
  • bend
  • contrast
  • deflect
  • digress
  • divagate
  • drift
  • err
  • part
  • shy
  • swerve
  • turn
  • wander
  • angle off
  • bear off
  • bend the rules
  • break pattern
  • circumlocate
  • depart from
  • edge off
  • get around
  • go amiss
  • go haywire
  • go off on tangent
  • go out of control
  • go out of way
  • leave beaten path
  • not conform
  • swim against stream
  • take a turn
  • turn aside
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antonyms for deviated

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  • agree
  • stay
  • straighten
  • go straight
  • keep
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How to use deviated in a sentence

Many money managers are judged by how well they perform against the S&P, giving them an incentive to own Tesla to avoid deviating from the index.
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In cases where a coach deviates from established norms, they will at least remain consistent with respect to their worldviews.
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If you deviated from these optimal values, the second and third players would both have the advantage over you, each with a greater than one-third chance of winning.
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These differences, while relatively small, are important because they deviate from earlier experiments on gender and the responsiveness of public officials.
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The policymakers directed then-Attorney General Stuart Rabner, who is now chief justice of the New Jersey Supreme Court, to draft guidelines for prosecutors to describe the rare occasions they could deviate from the mandatory minimum jail time.
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The old Chippewa has never deviated from the faith of his fathers, as he still adheres to all their rites and ceremonies.
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The guides, through ignorance, deviated so far into the interior, that the sea was no longer in sight.
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By what right is it assumed that a state of rest is the particular state which cannot be deviated from without special cause?
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Captain Baudin had deviated from the instructions given him by the Institute.
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I have never,' he adds, 'intentionally deviated from this sense.'
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