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Words and phrases that have a meaning related to swerve:   (137 results)

Often used in the same context:
fishtailing, evasive action, braked, oncoming, fishtailed, veered, careen, sped, careered, jackknifing, collided, darted, bend, slewed, hairpin bend, sideswipe, flipped, skidding, barreling, lunged, misjudge, jerked, rammed, jink, clipped, scoot, aquaplane, whizzed, jaywalk, jackknifed, ricochet, hurtle, turn, somersaulted, feinted, slalomed, crashed, flicked, dribble, parked, dazing, weaved, recross, drift, curving, overstride, twirl, glide, hop, chase, oversteer, overdriving, speared, crumple, honk, shinned, shimmy, glanced, maneuver, crouch, overact, curl, wobbled, zigged, tractor trailer, ducked, somersaulting, jack rabbit, steer, traveling, spun, wander, nutmegged, plowed, dismount, sprinted, stumble, unsighted, nerving, rubbernecked, premeditate, slosh, flailed, hared, peripheral vision, driving, angled, ejecting, pull over, overplay, startle, jouncing, downshift, yawed, dived, lurched, looping, articulated lorry, hyperextend, outrun, caromed, repass, lurch, lunge, jerk, swing, flurry, dash, flick, jolt, leap, push, bump, rush, snap, swoop, burst, flash, gust, plunge, quiver

More specific:
peel off, yaw

Appears in the definition of:
maladroit, yaw

More general:
turn, turning

Synonyms:
curve, cut, sheer, slew, slue, swerving, trend, veer, veering, yaw

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— Adjectives for swerve: sudden, great, sharp, slight, quick, atomic, violent, little, slightest, abrupt, unexpected, more...

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See swerve used in context: 75 rhymes, 4 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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