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deflection

Synonyms:

noun
bend
angle, arc, bending, bow, corner, crook, curvature, deviation, flection, flexure, hook, lean, loop, round, sag, shift, tack, tilt, turn, twist, yaw, zigzag, Curvation, deflections, zigzags, flexures.
curvature
arch, arching, bend, curve, curving, incurvation, shape, Curvity.
curve
bend.
deflection
aberration, bending, deflexion, departure, deviation, diffraction, digression, divagation, divergence, diversion, drift, refraction, shift, variation, warp.
departure
aberration, change, declination, difference, digression, divergence, diversion, innovation, last word, novelties, novelty, rambling, straying, turning, variance, variation, veering, wandering, wanderings, ramblings, new wrinkle, in thing, turnings, latest thing, branching off, branching out.
deviation
alteration, anomaly, breach, detour, discrepancy, disparity, fluctuation, fork, inconsistency, irregularity, modification, transgression, crotch, hereticism.
digression
apostrophe, aside, departure, divagation, drifting, episode, excursion, excursus, footnote, incident, note, obiter dictum, parenthesis, Discursion.
dissuasion
admonishment, aversion, banishment, derailment, discouragement, disheartenment, disinclination, dissuasion, diversion, inhibition, intimidation, prevention, restraint.
divergence
dispersion, dissimilarity, dissimilitude, distinction, divarication, divergency, diversity, division, mutation, otherness, parting, radiation, ramification, separation, unlikeness, variety, varying, Alterity, Dissemblance, disagreeing.
diversion
red herring, fake out.
parenthesis
irrelevancy.
shift
about-face, changeover, conversion, displacement, double, fault, move, passage, permutation, rearrangement, removal, shifting, substitution, transfer, transference, transformation, transit, translocation.
slope
abruptness, bank, bevel, bias, cant, declivity, descent, diagonal, downgrade, gradient, hill, inclination, incline, leaning, obliqueness, obliquity, pitch, ramp, rise, shelf, skew, steepness, swag, sway, tip, rising ground.
state
deflection, warp.
tack
aim, approach, bearing, direction, echelon, heading, line, method, path, plan, procedure, set, siding, sweep, swerve, switch, tactic, tangent, way, Sidling, oblique course, point of sail.
turn
branch, distortion, divarication, warp.
variation
abnormality, adaptation, break, contradistinction, contrast, diversification, exception, inequality, variation, Unconformity, departure from the norm, unconformities.
verb
curving
curvature.
Examples of usage:
  1. The man who has left his year of wandering behind him forgets its joys and perils, and regards it as a deflection from a course which is now perfectly plain, although it may once have been confused and uncertain. – Essays On Work And Culture by Hamilton Wright Mabie
  2. Permanent deflection, you say! – The Man Who Rocked the Earth by Arthur Train Robert Williams Wood
  3. The time lost in the mist, the deflection from the right track, possibly that Helston Varne had miscalculated the duration of the effects of the drug which his shikari had deftly inserted into so many hookahs and other things- had handicapped the fugitives- and now here was Allah- din Khan, and all his cut- throats hot foot behind them, fired, too, with baffled hate and the disgrace which had been put upon them. – The Heath Hover Mystery by Bertram Mitford
  4. She puzzled long over this deflection from her usual imperious course with men, but concluding that women having so many silly twists in their brains, it was useless to try to understand them all, dismissed the matter from her mind. – Senator North by Gertrude Atherton

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