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Correct spelling for the English word "deviate" is [d_ˈiː_v_ɪ__ˌeɪ_t], [dˈiːvɪˌe͡ɪt], [dˈiːvɪˌe‍ɪt]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Common Misspellings for DEVIATE

Below is the list of 353 misspellings for the word "deviate".

Similar spelling words for DEVIATE

Plural form of DEVIATE is DEVIATES

Definition of DEVIATE

  1. a person having behavior differing from that which is normal or socially acceptable; used especially to characterize persons whose sexual behavior is considered morally unacceptable.

Anagrams of DEVIATE

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Usage Examples for DEVIATE

  1. If the trade in the precious metals were perfectly free, if they were generally used in circulation, even with the expenses of transporting them, the exchange could never in any of them deviate more from par, than by these expenses. - "On The Principles of Political Economy, and Taxation" by David Ricardo
  2. The first thing to be done, however, was to get a definite idea of whereabouts they were; it was obviously useless to continue plodding on, they knew not whither; besides, it was frightfully fatiguing and painful work, this marching through the forest, and George felt that it would be a positive advantage even to deviate somewhat from their direct course, if by so doing they could earlier gain the open ground once more. - "The Voyage of the Aurora" by Harry Collingwood
  3. As soon as both eyes are struck by the rays of light at the same angle, there is no more reason for the animal to deviate from this direction and it will move in a straight line. - "Darwin and Modern Science" by A.C. Seward and Others
  4. But a small stone caused it to deviate slightly, and, instead of striking Beau Arthur, it came in contact with Monsieur Courbichon's legs. - "Monsieur Cherami" by Charles Paul de Kock
  5. Without any apparent landmarks they would traverse hundreds of miles with their flocks, and never deviate from the right course. - "Celebrated Women Travellers of the Nineteenth Century" by W. H. Davenport Adams

Conjugate verb Deviate

CONDITIONAL PERFECT

I would have deviated
you would have deviated
he/she/it would have deviated
we would have deviated
they would have deviated
I would have deviate
you would have deviate
he/she/it would have deviate
we would have deviate
they would have deviate

CONDITIONAL PERFECT PROGRESSIVE

I would have been deviating
you would have been deviating
he/she/it would have been deviating
we would have been deviating
they would have been deviating

CONDITIONAL PRESENT

I would deviate
you would deviate
he/she/it would deviate
we would deviate
they would deviate

CONDITIONAL PRESENT PROGRESSIVE

I would be deviating
you would be deviating
he/she/it would be deviating
we would be deviating
they would be deviating

FUTURE

I will deviate
you will deviate
he/she/it will deviate
we will deviate
they will deviate

FUTURE CONTINUOUS

I will be deviating
you will be deviating
he/she/it will be deviating
we will be deviating
they will be deviating

FUTURE PERFECT

I will have deviated
you will have deviated
he/she/it will have deviated
we will have deviated
they will have deviated

FUTURE PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I will have been deviating
you will have been deviating
he/she/it will have been deviating
we will have been deviating
they will have been deviating

IMPERATIVE

you deviate
we let´s deviate

NONFINITE VERB FORMS

to deviate

PAST CONTINUOUS

I was deviating
you were deviating
he/she/it was deviating
we were deviating
they were deviating

PAST PARTICIPLE

deviated

PAST PERFECT

I had deviated
you had deviated
he/she/it had deviated
we had deviated
they had deviated

PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I had been deviating
you had been deviating
he/she/it had been deviating
we had been deviating
they had been deviating

PRESENT

I deviate
you deviate
he/she/it deviates
we deviate
they deviate

PRESENT CONTINUOUS

I am deviating
you are deviating
he/she/it is deviating
we are deviating
they are deviating

PRESENT PARTICIPLE

deviating

PRESENT PERFECT

I have deviated
you have deviated
he/she/it has deviated
we have deviated
they have deviated

PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I have been deviating
you have been deviating
he/she/it has been deviating
we have been deviating
they have been deviating

PRESENT SUBJUNCTIVE

he/she/it deviate

SIMPLE PAST

I deviated
you deviated
he/she/it deviated
we deviated
they deviated
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