What is the opposite of deviate?

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(literally or figuratively) Opposite of to depart from an established path or course
“Few seem to stay the course for much longer than a couple of years, and it is rare to find anyone making it to half of a decade or more.”
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Opposite of to break an established pattern
“Many experts who do not expect a crash think that house prices will stagnate for several years.”
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(deviate from) Opposite of to run counter to
“Such problems seemed to break up the whole image of the future, and in these circumstances, it is so much simpler to stick to established expectations.”
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(deviate from) Opposite of to fail to conform to a regulation or obligation
Follow the rules, and you will be fine!”
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Opposite of to deviate from one's course or direction
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Opposite of to change or cause to change direction
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Opposite of to change direction
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Opposite of to act or behave in an inappropriate, improper, incorrect, or unexpected manner
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Opposite of to diverge or deviate from a given point
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Opposite of to differ strikingly or to be an unsuitable match
“He wore a navy suit to complement her plunging dress.”
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Opposite of to disagree with or dispute
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Opposite of to deviate, or cause to deviate, from a straight line
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Opposite of to fluctuate from one condition, form, level or state to another
“The weather is predicted to plateau tomorrow.”
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Opposite of to move or proceed in a given course or direction
“Turn to the right slowly, as the route will end rather prematurely after a few kilometers, and you will be at your destination.”
Adjective
(somewhat dated) Opposite of contrary to the rules or standards which are normal or established
“A word abbreviation set is a formal set of established word or word phrase abbreviations that are used to shorten a data name.”
Adjective
(of a person or their actions) Opposite of characterized by abnormal and morally unacceptable practices or tendencies
“If that ruler is truly virtuous, wise and far-seeing, then that nation is truly a happy land.”
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(sociology) Opposite of a person with deviant behavior
“Far from daring, he was a conformist, reinforcing the majority culture views of New Yorker readers.”
Noun
Opposite of a licentious or dissolute person
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Opposite of a licentious person whose behavior is regarded as debauched, abnormal and unacceptable
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(dated) Opposite of a man who is hedonistically or licentiously immoral
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