What is another word for differ?

977 synonyms found


[ dˈɪfə], [ dˈɪfə], [ d_ˈɪ_f_ə]

Differ means to be unlike, vary, or deviate from something or someone else. Some synonyms for differ include contrast, diverge, disagree, vary, dissent, and deviate. Contrast is used to describe two or more things that are distinctly different. Diverge is used when two or more things go in different directions, opinions, or courses. Disagree is when opinions are not the same or in opposition to each other. Vary is when things change slightly or differ in degree. Dissent is when there is an expressed disagreement with a decision, belief, or opinion. Deviate is when there is a deliberate or unintentional departure from a norm or standard.

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What are the opposite words for differ?

Differ is a verb that means to be unlike or dissimilar. Its antonyms (opposites) are words that convey similarity or sameness. These include words such as agree, conform, resemble, match, correspond, and harmonize. When two or more things agree, they have similar characteristics, while conforming means to comply with established standards. To resemble is to bear a likeness, while matching refers to having the same or equivalent qualities. Corresponding to something means to be in agreement with it, and harmonizing means two or more things work well together. Familiarizing yourself with these antonyms will help you better understand the concept of difference in context.

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Usage examples for Differ

Therefore, however widely His followers may differ about its date and origin, they must admit the right of a Christian teacher to treat this book, taking it as he finds it, as a sacred scripture and invested with spiritual authority.
"The Expositor's Bible: The Book of Exodus"
G. A. Chadwick
They differ about everything; and with that independent way he has- A wide stare from Kate's full dark eyes, an expression of astonishment, mingled with raillery, in her features, here arrested the speaker, who blushed deeply in her embarrassment.
"The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)"
Charles James Lever
Their efforts, however, as we will see later, did not differ from the battle of envy forced against others before me, but it was now done more openly.
"My Attainment of the Pole"
Frederick A. Cook

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