And it is here that the interests of the president and his legislative troops may diverge.
While interests may diverge these days, the U.S.-Israel alliance is incredibly strong—and there is comfort in that.
The right and left, he contends, diverge not just in opinions but also in thought processes and behavior.
How difficult was it to structure the season, and how much—if at all—do you diverge from the source material?
It is on this point that Liz and I begin to diverge in our travel philosophies.
Their direction, as they conform to the winding shores, may diverge very widely from the desired migratory course.
Should it diverge widely from this, then it is likely some mischief is at work.
diverge′ment; Diverg′ence, Diverg′ency, a tendency to recede from one point.
Big Otter was to go with them part of the way, and then diverge into the wilderness.
Later, Miriam's personal judgment began to diverge slightly from that of her mother and then trouble began.