- v. Simple past tense and past participle of diverge.
“Then this week she again diverged from the Westminster line by insisting that failed asylum seekers would be entitled to free NHS treatment.”
“Did they really critique you because you diverged from the expected?”
“Alternate history is a type of genre fiction consisting of stories set in worlds in which history has diverged from the actual history of the world, changing one major event and progressing down a different path.”
“Long ago one borrowed the other's written language, and long before that, untold generations ago, they diverged from a common root, the ancient Mongol stock.”
“The first two Death Note movies diverged from the original manga (and anime) series in that L actually managed to beat Light Yagami instead of it being the other way around.”
“We diverged from the comic book version a lot, but all of us felt like we made a very excellent costume that fits perfectly within a WWII timeframe.”
“Dr. Lamb hypothesized that the Cahita (Mayo and Yaqui) ancestral language diverged from the Aztec ancestral language 27 minimum centuries ago (circa 700 B.C.).”
“However, some theories have suggested that Southern California was the original home of the first Uto-Aztecans and that the Paiute and Shoshone diverged from the main group by migrating eastward into the Great Basin.”
“But, until now, little was known about the media habits of iPhone users and how they have diverged from the activities of mere mortals who own run-of-the mill smartphones and regular mobile phones.”
“How have they diverged from the people who sent it?”
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