We might not be off the mark nine out of 10 times, but we deviate plenty.
Why have conservative jurists become so willing to deviate from an originalist viewpoint on the Second Amendment?
The conditions of the channel did not yet allow her to deviate from her course in order to return their fire.
There is another thing in which I have presumed to deviate from him and Spenser.
It is not only needless but impossible for us to deviate from them.
This great principle she cannot deviate from, nor attempt to revoke.
Only the expenses of his wife's long illness had caused him to deviate from the path of probity.
He had in mind eccentric folk, types which deviate from the normal and the sane.
To deviate from that position, and thereby risk fouling the anchor.
But you would not deviate an inch to the right or to the left.'