deviating

[ verb dee-vee-eyt; adjective, noun dee-vee-it ]SEE DEFINITION OF deviating
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It serves me right for deviating from the rules of business.

That does not matter; she will help you, I dare say, by deviating a little from the exact truth.

Deviating from the natural condition, course, or rule; as, an abnormal appetite.

One of the greatest of these dangers lies in deviating from custom.

So we jogged along, now and then deviating to double the fallen timber.

Still, you see, I could gain nothing by deviating from the truth now.

Excuse me,” I said, “for deviating a moment from the matter in hand, but have you a hat-pin?

But I am deviating, and I perceive that you are wishing to make some further inquiry.

But I am deviating and bearing rather too near upon the unpardonable.

You owed your greatness to it, and your deviating from it was the real cause of your death.

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