- But now, on many formal occasions, people use the phrase "differently abled".
- Savant syndrome, then, is a case where the politically correct euphemism “differently abled” has real meaning.
- Obviously, elaborate euphemisms such as physically challenged or differently abled are to be avoided: they are patronising and facile and people who use them are often trying to be facetious.
- They differ in size but not in kind.
- On this question I differ from you in toto.
- I differ with him on this point.