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To give forth or spread (happiness, love, etc.) as if from a center
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  1. To give forth or spread (happiness, love, etc.) as if from a center
  2. To extend in straight lines from or toward a center; diverge or converge like rays:
  3. To spread out in all directions from a center.
To withdraw or break away:
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  1. To withdraw or break away:
  2. To place in different groups; sort:
  3. To become divided into components or parts:
To turn aside or be turned aside from a straight path or established pattern.
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  1. To turn aside or be turned aside from a straight path or established pattern.
  2. To wander from any line prescribed, or from a rule or duty; to depart from what is established by law, duty, custom, or the like; to deviate.
  3. To turn aside or cause to turn aside sharply or suddenly from a straight line, course, etc.
(Idiomatic, intransitive) to diverge into two or more separate paths.
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  1. (Idiomatic, intransitive) to diverge into two or more separate paths.
To be of opposite or unlike opinions; disagree
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  1. To be of opposite or unlike opinions; disagree
  2. To be dissimilar or unlike in nature, quality, amount, or form:
  3. To be of a different opinion; disagree:
To turn aside (from a course, direction, standard, doctrine, etc.); diverge; digress
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  1. To turn aside (from a course, direction, standard, doctrine, etc.); diverge; digress
  2. To cause to turn aside or differ.
  3. To depart, as from a norm, purpose, or subject; differ or stray.
(Archaic) To engage in warfare.
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  1. (Archaic) To engage in warfare.
  2. To be antagonistic, incompatible, or contradictory; be in opposition; clash
  3. To be in or come into opposition; differ.
(Idiomatic) To end a relationship
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  1. (Idiomatic) To end a relationship
  2. (Idiomatic, of two or more people) to separate; go their own way
To separate into two parts or branches; fork.
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  1. To separate into two parts or branches; fork.
To put forth a branch or branches; spread by dividing.
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  1. To put forth a branch or branches; spread by dividing.
  2. To enlarge the scope of one's interests, business, or activities:
  3. To come forth as a branch or subdivision; develop or diverge from:
To cause (members of a parliament) to vote by separating into groups, as pro and con.
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  1. To cause (members of a parliament) to vote by separating into groups, as pro and con.
  2. To separate or become separated into parts, sections, groups, or branches.
  3. To branch out, as a river or a blood vessel.
To turn at or travel along a fork.
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  1. To turn at or travel along a fork.
  2. To divide into two or more branches:
  3. To divide into branches; be bifurcated
To have complicating consequences or outgrowths:
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  1. To have complicating consequences or outgrowths:
  2. To divide into or cause to extend in branches or subordinate branchlike parts.
  3. To divide or spread out into branches or branchlike divisions
To divide a part or parts of into smaller parts.
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  1. To divide a part or parts of into smaller parts.
  2. To divide into a number of parts, especially to divide (land) into lots.
  3. (Intransitive) To divide divisions into smaller divisions
To be of opposite or unlike opinions; disagree
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  1. To be of opposite or unlike opinions; disagree
  2. To be dissimilar or unlike in nature, quality, amount, or form:
  3. To be of a different opinion; disagree:
To cause adverse effects:
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  1. To cause adverse effects:
  2. To differ in opinion; often, specif., to quarrel or dispute
  3. To fail to agree; be different; differ
To undergo change in any way; become different
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  1. To undergo change in any way; become different
  2. To have a range of different qualities or amounts:
  3. To deviate from a standard or expectation:
To set out; start
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  1. To set out; start
  2. To vary, as from a regular course; deviate:
  3. To go away; leave:
To turn aside from a course or way:
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  1. To turn aside from a course or way:
  2. To turn aside (from a course, direction, standard, doctrine, etc.); diverge; digress
  3. To cause to turn aside or differ.
To turn aside, especially to depart temporarily from the main subject in writing or speaking; stray.
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  1. To turn aside, especially to depart temporarily from the main subject in writing or speaking; stray.
To become diverted, as from a subject or train of thought:
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  1. To become diverted, as from a subject or train of thought:
  2. To be directed without apparent purpose; look in an idle or casual manner:
  3. To go wrong; be in error; deviate (from what is right)
To go out of a straight line; to deflect.
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  1. To go out of a straight line; to deflect.
  2. To turn aside or cause to turn aside sharply or suddenly from a straight line, course, etc.
  3. To stray; to wander; to rove.
To turn aside from a course or established direction; swerve:
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  1. To turn aside from a course or established direction; swerve:
  2. (Nautical) To change the course of a ship by turning the stern to the wind while advancing to windward; wear ship.
  3. To turn
To be wrong or mistaken; fall into error
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  1. To be wrong or mistaken; fall into error
  2. (Obs.) To go astray; wander
  3. (Archaic) To stray.
To cause to turn aside or differ.
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  1. To cause to turn aside or differ.
  2. To turn aside from a course or way:
  3. To turn aside (from a course, direction, standard, doctrine, etc.); diverge; digress
To turn aside, especially to depart temporarily from the main subject in writing or speaking; stray.
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  1. To turn aside, especially to depart temporarily from the main subject in writing or speaking; stray.
To ramble; digress.
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  1. To ramble; digress.
  2. To wander or drift about.
  3. To wander about
To follow an irregularly winding course of motion or growth:
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  1. To follow an irregularly winding course of motion or growth:
  2. To roam about; esp., to walk or stroll about idly, without any special goal
  3. To roam through
To become diverted, as from a subject or train of thought:
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  1. To become diverted, as from a subject or train of thought:
  2. To go wrong; be in error; deviate (from what is right)
  3. To move away from a group, deviate from a course, or escape from established limits:
To drift away from a subject, as in discussion; stray or roam in thought
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  1. To drift away from a subject, as in discussion; stray or roam in thought
  2. To roam through, in, or over without plan or destination
  3. To move or go about aimlessly, without plan or fixed destination; ramble; roam
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