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Definition of "veering" []

  • Present participle of veer. (verb)
  • A motion that veers; a sudden swerve. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "veering" in a sentence
  • "Ruth succeeded in veering right and left and right again, and in running the narrow passage between table and bed to Martin's side; but Arthur veered too wide and fetched up with clatter and bang of pots and pans in the corner where Martin did his cooking."
  • "But fans of the show who are also fans of the comic books know that while the producers of Smallville have great respect for the Superman story in all its forms --- comics, the old TV show starring George Reeves, the Christopher Reeve movies, especially, and even Lois and Clark --- they have never been afraid about veering from the mythology or adding to it."
  • "He was talking about McCain veering from his "Straight Talk, No-Negative" campaign strategy."