Deviate and Sheer

Deviate

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Deviate verb – To change one's course or direction.
Usage example: sailors forced to deviate from their course in order to avoid the storm

Sheer and deviate are semantically related in vary topic. In some cases you can use "Sheer" instead a verb "Deviate", when it comes to topics like swerve.
Nearby Words: deviation, deviant, deviating, deviance
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Sheer

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Sheer verb – To change one's course or direction.
Usage example: the cruise ship sheered to the northwest, putting it safely out of the path of the hurricane

Deviate and sheer are semantically related in vary topic. Sometimes you can use "Deviate" instead a verb "Sheer", if it concerns topics such as swerve.
Nearby Words: sheered, sheering
Synonyms for Sheer
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