Definition of Swervings

1. swerving [n] - See also: swerving



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Swervings

swept paths
sweptback
sweptwing
sweptwings
swerf
swerfed
swerfing
swerfs
swerve
swerved
swerver
swervers
swerves
swerving
swervingly
swervings
sweven
swevens
swey
sweyed
sweying
sweys
swidden
swiddens
swies
swift
swift boat
swift boating
swiftboat
swiftboated

Literary usage of Swervings

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Philosophy of Change by Daniel Pomeroy Rhodes (1909)
"other influences maintain the same distance from c in all its swervings from simple ... And these swervings will be continuous; ie b will never travel in a ..."

2. The Philosophy of Change by Daniel Pomeroy Rhodes (1909)
"other influences maintain the same distance from c in all its swervings from simple ... And these swervings will be continuous; ie b will never travel in a ..."

3. Chapters in the History of English Literature: From 1509 to the Close of the by Ellen Crofts (1884)
"See we not plainly that obedience of creatures unto the law of nature is the stay of the whole world." But swervings, at least what appear to us to be ..."

4. Chapters in the History of English Literature: From 1509 to the Close of the by Ellen Crofts (1884)
"See we not plainly that obedience of creatures unto the law of nature is the stay of the whole world." But swervings, at least what appear to us to be ..."

5. The History of England: From the Earliest Period to 1839 by Thomas Keightley (1843)
"I wish," he adds, " I could excuse those swervings from justice and right which were too frequently practised against contracts, under the notion that they ..."

6. The Writings of Mark Twain [pseud.] by Mark Twain, Charles Dudley Warner (1906)
"... asked him what had become of that other foot, he said a house fell on him and he was never able to get his stature back again. Swervings like these from ..."

7. The Philosophy of Change by Daniel Pomeroy Rhodes (1909)
"other influences maintain the same distance from c in all its swervings from simple ... And these swervings will be continuous; ie b will never travel in a ..."

8. The Philosophy of Change by Daniel Pomeroy Rhodes (1909)
"other influences maintain the same distance from c in all its swervings from simple ... And these swervings will be continuous; ie b will never travel in a ..."

9. Chapters in the History of English Literature: From 1509 to the Close of the by Ellen Crofts (1884)
"See we not plainly that obedience of creatures unto the law of nature is the stay of the whole world." But swervings, at least what appear to us to be ..."

10. Chapters in the History of English Literature: From 1509 to the Close of the by Ellen Crofts (1884)
"See we not plainly that obedience of creatures unto the law of nature is the stay of the whole world." But swervings, at least what appear to us to be ..."

11. The History of England: From the Earliest Period to 1839 by Thomas Keightley (1843)
"I wish," he adds, " I could excuse those swervings from justice and right which were too frequently practised against contracts, under the notion that they ..."

12. The Writings of Mark Twain [pseud.] by Mark Twain, Charles Dudley Warner (1906)
"... asked him what had become of that other foot, he said a house fell on him and he was never able to get his stature back again. Swervings like these from ..."

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