I believe in the importance of differing opinions in this country.
Were conservative ideas vigorously debated, with differing viewpoints well-represented?
Many argue that Beijing and Moscow have differing interests, and indeed, some of them are irreconcilable.
Social scientists have studied what draws a person to birding, and there are differing schools of thought.
That's because only nine counties were planning to count overvotes, and differing standards were being used to count undervotes.
differing from his white colleagues, he preferred instructing his scholars to the ambition of acquiring personal renown.
It is interesting to trace the differing gamut of colour through the ages.
The Hawaiians practiced a sort of circumcision, differing from that of the Jews, but having the same sanitary object.
And what for centuries has it been to differing but always identical mortals?
The seventh law, I humbly conceive, not differing in substance from my articles, nor disadvantageous to England.
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.