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swerve from the course

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  • deviate from the truth — I verb alter one s course, deceive, depart from a norm, digress, diverge, drift, fabricate, fake, go astray, lie, maunder, meander, mislead, misrepresent, misstate, prevaricate, skew, stray, struggle, swerve, take a different course, wander II… …   Law dictionary

  • deviating from the norm — I verb alter one s course, depart from a norm, digress, diverge, drift, go astray, maunder, meander, skew, slew, straggle, stray, swerve, take a different course, wander II index irregular (not usual) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton.… …   Law dictionary

  • swerve — swerve, veer, deviate, depart, digress, diverge mean to turn aside from a straight line or a defined course. Swerve may refer to a turning aside, usually somewhat abruptly, by a person or material thing {at that point the road swerves to the… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • swerve — [swə:v US swə:rv] v [: Old English; Origin: sweorfan [i] to wipe, put away ] 1.) to make a sudden sideways movement while moving forwards, usually in order to avoid hitting something swerve violently/sharply ▪ The car swerved sharply to avoid the …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • swerve — v. (D; intr.) to swerve from; to (to swerve from a course; to swerve to the right) * * * [swɜːv] to (to swerve from a course; to swerve to the right) (D; intr.) to swerve from …   Combinatory dictionary

  • The Byzantine Empire —     The Byzantine Empire     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Byzantine Empire     The ancient Roman Empire having been divided into two parts, an Eastern and a Western, the Eastern remained subject to successors of Constantine, whose capital was at …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • swerve — verb (swerved; swerving) Etymology: Middle English, from Old English sweorfan to wipe, file away; akin to Old High German swerban to wipe off, Welsh chwerfu to whirl Date: 14th century intransitive verb to turn aside abruptly from a straight line …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • swerve — verb (I) 1 to make a sudden sideways movement while moving forwards, especially in order to avoid hitting something: Jo swerved to avoid a dog. (+ across/off etc): The car swerved across the road and crashed into a wall. 2 (usually in negatives)… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • The Invasion (professional wrestling) — This article is about the storyline. For the pay per view, see WWF InVasion. The Invasion was a professional wrestling storyline in the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) that began shortly after the WWF s purchase of World Championship Wrestling… …   Wikipedia

  • The Links — Infobox Television episode Colour = #ffaa44 Series = The O.C. Title = The Links Season = 1 (2003 2004) Caption = Last guy back buys the first round Episode = 16 Airdate = January 14, 2004 (FOX) Writer = Debra J. Fisher Erica Messer Director =… …   Wikipedia

  • swerve — [c]/swɜv / (say swerv) verb (swerved, swerving) –verb (i) 1. to turn aside abruptly in movement or direction; deviate suddenly or sharply from the straight or direct course. –verb (t) 2. to cause to turn aside. –noun 3. the act of swerving; a… …   Australian English dictionary

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