The ASPCA, the NYPD, and the Department of Buildings all differed in comment on the matter.
Mitchell Stephens, a New York University journalism professor and author of A History of News, differed slightly.
I usually found myself holding viewpoints that differed from the majority of the people in this country.
Though Fallon and Kimmel have similar roots, both born in Brooklyn, they differed in their aspirations.
While they consistently toe the party line, they have differed on some measures, such as ethanol standards.
In this respect she differed widely from her learned husband, who in matters of business was scarcely more than a child.
The kingdom of Naples differed from any other state of Italy.
The campaign as seen from the board of war and from the Plains of Harlem differed widely.
Its leaves, however, differed materially from those of the catinga.
If my recollection is accurate, all parties agreed we ought to have the country—they only differed as to the mode of acquiring it.
late 14c., from Old French differer (14c.) and directly from Latin differre "to set apart, differ," from dis- "away from" (see dis-) + ferre "carry" (see infer).
Two senses that were present in Latin have gone separate ways in English since c.1500 with defer (transitive) and differ (intransitive). Related: Differed; differing.