Synonyms of 'diverge'
to separate and go in different directionsThe aims of the partners began to diverge.
We separated to inspect different areas of the place.
The clouds parted and a shaft of sunlight broke through.
She parted the bushes with her stick.
that place where the road split in two
the artificial line that divided the city
Beyond the village the road forked.
to be at varianceTheory and practice sometimes diverged.
to deviate (from a prescribed course)a course that diverged from the coastline
4 (verb) The manuscripts diverged from the original.
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in the sense of depart
to differ or deviate
It takes a brave cook to depart radically from the traditional menu.
in the sense of differ
His story differed from his mother's in several respects.
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Thesaurus for diverge from the Collins English Thesaurus