deviated (part of speech: verb)
deflected (part of speech: verb)
wandered (part of speech: verb)
- Mrs. Hawthorne's eyes wandered, as if she said, " Whom else do I want to know about?" - "Aurora the Magnificent", Gertrude Hall.
- One day the king had wandered out alone, meaning to go only a little distance, but everything looked so alike he could not make out the path by which he had come. - "The Grey Fairy Book", Andrew Lang.
- Her eyes wandered once to the child. - "Indian Summer", William D. Howells.