Definition of veer:
skid, turn out, ignore, slew, trim, correct, move with the times, cut off, trend, rationalise, twist, contract, howl, arc, diversify, back away, stand aside, depart, metamorphose, modify, abbreviate, alter, capitulate, catch, snub, change your mind, shift, err, wind, skip, hack, drop, detour, transfigure, cut down, zig, pull away, slue, kink, dilute, divert, bend, see reason/sense, cut, whip, renounce, transmute, yaw, break, part, slide, cut back, rise, retreat, chop, swing, slip, move on, crook, adapt, lash, bring down, back, shorten, convert, scatter, backtrack, avert, avert, switch off, get up, arch, issue, approach, foreshorten, revise, freshen, commute, skew, gust, reduce, trim down, trim back, disregard, abridge, turn, qualify, transform, burn, write out, exchange, prune, redirect, thin, depart, pivot, curve, pick up, substitute, edit out, wheel, blow, edit, draw back, tailor, zag, swerve, curl, study at deviate, turn off, backpedal, thin out, sheer, geld, divert, make out, rationalize, shrink.
- "The Golden Age in Transylvania", Mór Jókai.
- "History of the United Netherlands, 1598-99", John Lothrop Motley.
The sailors got into their boat with much deliberation, and escaped to the ship, " glad enough," said De Veer, " that they were alive to tell the story, and that they had got out of the cat- dance so fortunately."- "History of the United Netherlands, 1598-99", John Lothrop Motley.