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deviate •labiate •irradiate, radiate •mediate • ideate • repudiate •palliate, retaliate •affiliate, ciliate, conciliate, humiliate •exfoliate, foliate •nucleate • permeate • delineate •calumniate • expiate •expatriate, repatriate •recreate • inebriate •aureate, excoriate •procreate •appropriate, expropriate, impropriate, misappropriate •infuriate, luxuriate •asphyxiate • nauseate •annunciate, enunciate •instantiate, substantiate, transubstantiate •differentiate, potentiate •expatiate, ingratiate, satiate •appreciate, depreciate •initiate, officiate, propitiate, vitiate •associate, dissociate, negotiate •excruciate • aviate •abbreviate, alleviate, deviate •obviate • exuviate • inchoate •actuate • perpetuate • effectuate •habituate • fluctuate • punctuate •graduate • individuate • menstruate •accentuate, eventuate •evacuate •evaluate, valuate •superannuate • infatuate •attenuate, extenuate •insinuate • situate

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de·vi·ate • v. / ˈdēvēˌāt/ [intr.] depart from an established course: you must not deviate from the agreed route. ∎  depart from usual or accepted standards: those who deviate from society's values. • n. & adj. / ˈdēvēˌit/ old-fashioned term for deviant. DERIVATIVES: de·vi·a·tor / -ˌātər/ n.

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deviate XVII. f. pp. stem of late L. dēviāre, f. DE- 2 + via way; see -ATE 2.
So deviation XVII. — F. — medL.

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