Lexicographical Neighbors of Deviative
Literary usage of Deviative
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Compendium of the Law of Evidence by Thomas Peake, Joseph Parker Norris (1824)
"... held, that the claims of the Crown being only a deviative right, must stand in the same situation as that of the principal, and ih и the р!ен of the ..."
2. The Canadian Journal of Industry, Science and Art by Canadian Institute (1849-1914). (1865)
"... group of characters all of them manifest in the more typical forms but in deviative examples gradually fading out, so that one fails here another there, ..."
3. The Eye and Nervous System: Their Diagnostic Relations by William Campbell Posey, William Gibson Spiller (1906)
"It is possible that Mendel's laws of dominance and recession (latency) may prove of aid in determining the reappearance of deviative signs. ..."
4. The Journal of Tuberculosis by A H McQuilkin (1902)
"When everything is taken into account, we can understand the characters of the deviative forms of this affection, and also the points of similarity between ..."
5. Orr's Circle of the Sciences: A Series of Treatises on the Principles of by William Somerville Orr (1856)
"... it then returns eastward again, and about midnight it will have assumed a deviative position almost similar ! о • hat which it had in the morning. ..."
6. Why Worry? by George Lincoln Walton (1919)
"Betty is a bundle of nerves, has a well-developed " New-England Conscience," and among other deviative (not degenerative) signs is possessed of an insatiate ..."