going, difference of opinion, division, going away, exit, irrelevancy, aside, deviance, assemble, excursus, expiration, disunion, parenthesis, approach, remainder, discrimination, divergency, tangent, schism, contrariety, dissension, variability, leaving, same, ramification, loss, release, dispute, variant, divagation, dissonance, variableness, excursion, correct, disagreement, deflexion, passing, discrepance, diversion
difference (part of speech: noun)
contrast, dissemblance, asymmetry, inequality, mismatch, distinctness, contradiction, disparity, variance, change, counterpoint, disunity, mutation, conflict, diversity, variety, clash, alteration, discrepancy
deflection (part of speech: noun)
unconformity (part of speech: noun)
deviation, uniqueness, aberration, curiosity, uncommonness, impropriety, irregularity, exception, quirkiness, funniness, singularity, derangement, incompatibility, eccentricity, abnormality, nonconformity, incongruity, outlandishness, peculiarity, strangeness, oddity, freakishness, unconventionality, anomaly, idiosyncrasy, unfamiliarity
dissimilarity (part of speech: noun)
non-uniformity (part of speech: noun)
divergence (part of speech: noun)
detour (part of speech: noun)
looseness (part of speech: noun)
dispersion (part of speech: noun)
disintegration, diffusion, dissolution, dispersion, disbursement, detachment, evanescence, dispersal, evaporation, radiation, scattering, separation, disconnection, dislocation, disjunction, breakup, distribution
variation (part of speech: noun)
- The physiological sketch given by Statius in the twenty- fifth canto, introduced to account for the spiritual body, is in logical order an introduction to DanteÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ s ethics and psychology; and is remarkable both in its agreement with Aristotle and its divergence from him. - "Dante: His Times and His Work", Arthur John Butler.
- But as to the wisdom of giving battle on the Antietam, after the fall of Harper's Ferry, there was no divergence of opinion between Lee and his lieutenant. - "Stonewall Jackson And The American Civil War", G. F. R. Henderson.
- There were those in L'Houmeau who said that this divergence between the brothers was more apparent than real. - "Eve and David", Honore de Balzac.