Deviate and Turn

Deviate

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Deviate verb – To change one's course or direction.
Usage example: sailors forced to deviate from their course in order to avoid the storm

Turn is a synonym for deviate in movement topic. In some cases you can use "Turn" instead a verb "Deviate", when it comes to topics like change, bend, aim, vary.
Nearby Words: deviation, deviant, deviating, deviance
Synonyms for Deviate

Turn

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Turn verb – To change the course or direction of (something).
Usage example: he turned his cart uphill

Deviate is a synonym for turn in movement topic. You can use "Deviate" instead a verb "Turn", if it concerns topics such as change, bend, vary, reverse.
Nearby Words: turned, turning
Synonyms for Turn

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  • Creator / Walt Disney However, his attempts to deviate from that style and create more complex and technical films such as Fantasia or Sleeping Beauty wound up being too expensive to turn a profit.
  • Savory Deviate Delights, which are cooked versions of this fish, turn one into a pirate or a ninja.
  • You can set down those drop troops or tunneling monsters anywhere on the board, but there's a chance that they'll deviate from the point you designate, and if they try to land in impassible terrain or an enemy unit they either suffer a one-turn delay or Critical Existence Failure.
    Source: Confusion Fu
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Deviate & Turn. N.p., 2016. Web. 18 Oct. 2019. <https://thesaurus.plus/related/deviate/turn>.
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