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Where they differ is providing users with both the pathway and tools to complete an intended action.

The sounds that change across time are unpredictable, and differ from language to language, and some may not happen to change at all.

This differs from typical image data sets, which would label the same picture with only one noun, like “cat.”

Those recipes differed in how much chitin and regolith were used.

Still, a few studies have found that the brains of male and female athletes can differ in their response to injury.

The ASPCA, the NYPD, and the Department of Buildings all differed in comment on the matter.

Tribal cultures differed in their approaches to reintegrating warriors.

Almost immediately, Sawers felt compelled to explain that real spycraft differed markedly from what we see at the movie theater.

Jefferson and Adams were far from the only Americans who differed about Islam and the status of believing Muslims in America.

The tawdry details of the Clinton scandals differed, but the basic narrative was one to which Americans were becoming inured.

In those days fashions and manners differed greatly from those of to-day.

The men composing the regiment were fighters, but in their tactics differed little from the guerrillas.

In this she differed from others of her sect, who strove to convey the idea of humility both outwardly and inwardly.

The larger boats of the natives struck me as very remarkable, and differed entirely from those I saw at Madras.

By this we see how much the manners of remote antiquity differed from ours.


On this page you'll find 78 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to differed, such as: vary, disagree, diverge, modify, contradict, and alter.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.