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Definition of "deviated" []

  • Simple past tense and past participle of deviate. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "deviated" in a sentence
  • "Right away, I could see that the problem was almost perfect, because the students started discussing the issues right away and never deviated from the task — which is highly unusual in my classes, which seem to attract the group-work skeptics."
  • "PSD simply breed mistrust, are divisive, and talk to officers as though they are living saints and that the system works, and they never did anything that in any way deviated from the barmy ideas we now work under."
  • "At times certain Euro cultures deviated from the standard (the French during the 1600's are no exception) but - on the whole, the party line trotted out is so far from the truth; And, if nobody bathed, why did the victorians turn out such beautiful marble washtstands basins and pitchers for this purpose?"