Noun(1) the act of turning aside suddenly(2) an erratic deflection from an intended course
Verb(1) turn sharply; change direction abruptly
(1) Aircraft swerves , departs runway and is destroyed after flipping over.(2) Claus Jensen, bright and inventive in midfield, tested Richard Wright with a 30-yard swerver which the England keeper clutched in his midriff.(3) Because the car is out of control, the bus swerves to avoid it.(4) He said his wife had tried to get help by stopping passing cars but one had swerved around her.(5) So Dad and I got to go down this amazing blue run with great hills and swerves .(6) It was to be the hosts last flag raiser of the day as McDonald rifled over a trademark swerver to send his team six clear with six minutes left to play.(7) It's becoming one of the great sights in the game, watching the young Portuguese international marauding down the wing spilling out tricks and swerves in a manner not dissimilar to a certain Irishman in the 60s.(8) Riquelme sends in a swerver which Tizie can't hold; he parries it out to Rodriguez, who slips the ball over the keeper and into the net.(9) The camera swerves quickly from the murder to the reaction: Meenakshi retching in horror.(10) Audacious loops, bends and swerves are undertaken at astonishing speed and with awesome precision.(11) For at least five minutes, it dips and swerves and revels in front of us, disappearing out of sight for seconds and then zipping back into view from nowhere.(12) But when he hits the frightening climax, the camera swerves at dizzying angles, the sound desynchs, and the makeup and sets become highly expressionistic.(13) When garbage contains hard objects, it can contribute more directly to accidents by causing damage to vehicles, punctures or dangerous swerves .(14) Emergency swerves to avoid a crash can themselves lead to rollover accidents.(15) Much of the book swerves from the Russian novelist to the Australian writer's own life to big ideas.(16) The ball swerves in the air a la Roberto Carlos and is in all the way, but Marcos fingertips the ball onto the right-hand post.
1. curve ::
2. yaw ::
4. veer ::
5. trend ::
Different Formsswerve, swerved, swerves, swerving
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