### Definition of Deviating

1. Verb. (present participle of deviate) ¹

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### Literary usage of Deviating

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1. A Manual of Applied Mechanics by William John Macquorn Rankine (1898)
"A deviating Force, which acts unbalanced in a direction perpendicular to that of a body's motion, and changes that direction without changing the velocity ..."

2. A Manual of the Steam Engine and Other Prime Movers by William John Macquorn Rankine (1906)
"Of deviating and Centrifugal Force. (2.) 17. Deflating Force of a Single Bod? ... In machines, deviating force is supplied by the strength or rigidity of ..."

3. A Manual of Machinery and Millwork by William John Macquorn Rankine (1893)
"This principle is expressed symbolically us follows : — Half radius of Height due Body's deviating curvature. to velocity. ..."

4. Mechanical Text-book Or Introduction to The Study of mechanics by William John Macquorn Rankine (1900)
"deviating Force of a Single Body.— It is part of the first law of motion, that if a body moves under no force, or balanced forces, it moves in a straight ..."

5. Discrete Oscillation Theory by Ravi P. Agarwal (2005)
"Oscillation theory for difference equations with deviating arguments Difference equations with or without deviating arguments are in fact recurrence ..."

6. Squint: Its Causes, Pathology and Treatment by Claud Alley Worth (1903)
"When a patient first comes under observation after having suffered from monolateral squint for a considerable time, one usually finds that the deviating eye ..."

7. American Law and Procedure by James Parker Hall, James De Witt Andrews (1910)
"deviating from a public way. In Campbell v. ... because of its being obstructed by snow; in so deviating he trespassed upon the plaintiff's land adjoining. ..."