verb (used without object), de·vi·at·ed, de·vi·at·ing.
verb (used with object), de·vi·at·ed, de·vi·at·ing.
Origin of deviate
Synonyms for deviate
Related Words for undeviatingaccurate, actual, unvarnished, authentic, true, deliberate, resolute, calculated, persistent, strong-willed, determined, intense, unrelenting, uncompromising, inexorable, ferocious, harsh, implacable, ruthless, rigorous
Examples from the Web for undeviating
Contemporary Examples of undeviating
Rubio has to date shown himself an undeviating follower of that program.Will 2016 be for Republicans what 1988 was for Democrats?
April 8, 2013
Historical Examples of undeviating
Her undeviating loyalty bound him by every fibre of gratitude and honour.The Rough Road
William John Locke
In the matter of undeviating consistency he stands alone in authorship.The $30,000 Bequest and Other Stories
What are called “dark dealings” are the ordinations of undeviating faithfulness.The Words of Jesus
John R. Macduff
He too, however, was moved by the sight of her and her straightforward, undeviating purpose.Jeanne d'Arc
There was assurance and finality in the undeviating rays of the tired sun.The Narrow House
noun, adjective (ˈdiːvɪɪt)
Word Origin for deviate
1630s, from Late Latin deviatus, past participle of deviare "to turn out of the way" (see deviant). Related: Deviated; deviating. The noun meaning "sexual pervert" is attested from 1912.