Dating behavior may differ internationally, but we are all chemically identical in love.
Unlike Maryland, national costs for institutionalization as opposed to HCBS do not differ by an order of magnitude.
To be sure, plenty of women who have had natural births beg to differ about the ecstasy part.
The soil variations are acute enough that they can differ radically from one side of a road to another.
Unlike Axler, Pacino says he has yet to lose his, though many critics would beg to differ.
The forms in most cases do not differ greatly from those to which we are accustomed.
There only remains to examine the opinions of those who differ from me.
Since, therefore, in all other things we differ from them, shall we agree with them in our sentiments respecting death?
They differ in education, in habits, in forms of thought; but they are called by the same name.
This Supreme Deity and all the gods resemble men and differ only in the fact that they are immortal.
late 14c., from Old French differer (14c.) and directly from Latin differre "to set apart, differ," from dis- "away from" (see dis-) + ferre "carry" (see infer).
Two senses that were present in Latin have gone separate ways in English since c.1500 with defer (transitive) and differ (intransitive). Related: Differed; differing.