differ

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Synonyms for differ

be dissimilar

Synonyms

be different

Synonyms

  • be different
  • vary
  • diverge
  • be distinguishable
  • be dissimilar
  • not be alike

Synonyms for differ

to be unlike or dissimilar

to be of different opinion

Synonyms for differ

be of different opinions

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Fifa bigwigs, however, have agreed to differ and have made their views plain in their judgement into the case.
Both teams agreed to differ on the chain of events with England A clearly aggrieved with the tourists' tactics of using part-time spinners Butt and Farhat in tandem for all but four of the second innings, which closed on 153-1 declared.
As boys do, we compared knives and agreed to differ.
But when all was said and done, and the parties agreed to differ, the motion was put to a vote and passed by a show of hands.
We don't find ourselves in agreement with mainland Europe, and America has also agreed to differ.
We agreed to differ before we punched each other's lights out.
Readers of old may recall that I crossed swords with Glynne many moons ago, and eventually we agreed to differ.
The Cabinet spent 20 minutes discussing the report yesterday and agreed to differ.
We have been in negotiations with Wirral Council, and essentially both parties have agreed to differ on this matter.
Spice Girl Mel B and All Saints' Shaznay Lewis have met face-to-face for the first time - and agreed to differ about Girl Power.
Tony Blair and Irish Premier Bertie Ahern agreed to differ on the issue when they talked about it in Dublin last week.
Houllier and Moore agreed to differ over another controversial incident - with Vladimir Smicer at the centre of the storm.
At this stage we've agreed to differ and our view is that it won't be a problem unless it becomes one.
The decision didn't suit me, so we agreed to differ.