diverge[ dih-vurj, dahy- ]SEE DEFINITION OF diverge
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DIVERGE
You are to follow them when you can, you know, and diverge from them whenever you must.
Should it diverge widely from this, then it is likely some mischief is at work.
Big Otter was to go with them part of the way, and then diverge into the wilderness.
Warder and his companion did not require to diverge in order to follow these tracks.
As I must do so too, I shall probably not diverge far from them.
It was important, nevertheless, not to diverge from a straight line.
He was therefore very careful not to diverge from the route by which he had come.
How could it be otherwise than that our interests should diverge?
So far all geologists are agreed; but here they diverge into two schools.
The prongs of the Greenland dart are straight and diverge from the shaft.