Definition of "depart"
  1. The act of not sticking to a particular path or standard
How to use "depart" in a sentence
  1. The defendant was allowed to depart from the standard sentence due to extenuating circumstances.
  2. The judge was criticized for allowing the law firm to depart from typical protocol in the legal proceeding.
  3. The prosecutor argued that the court should depart from its previous rulings in this unique case.

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