deviating (part of speech: verb)
diverging (part of speech: verb)
It seems there is another veering
fit, Since on a gold- haired lady's eyeballs pure I looked with little prospect of a cure, The while her mouth's red bow loosed shafts of wit.
- "The Complete Project Gutenberg Works of George Meredith", George Meredith.
This much of meat they encountered, and no more, though, once, half- mile high and veering
toward the west and the Yukon, they saw a wild- duck wedge drive by.
- "Smoke Bellew", Jack London.
Unable to reach Veragua, the ships were obliged to put back to Puerto Bello, and when they would have entered that harbor, a sudden veering
of the gale drove them from the land.
- "The Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus (Vol. II)", Washington Irving.