Veer in a sentence as a verb

Not to veer too far from the main discussion, but 'git' isn't just some giant monolithic binary.

But the frequent comparisons to the Gilded Age are superficial at best, and they veer us off topic.

No matter how nice they make the voice sound, they never fail to sound condescending when you veer from the pre-calculated route.

I am constantly assessing and "war gaming" where scenarios/situations might veer.

The more you veer into conspiracy territory the more anything else you say will fail to be taken seriously.

Since when did HN veer towards safe and conservative journalists or authors?As for the straw man argument about the N-word, I don't think that was the gist of her article.

The biggest argument you could level against Diamond might be one of leaning too heavily on "geographical determinism", which he can veer towards at times.

I can't understand how you trash religions institutions in one paragraph, then veer off into the utterly supernatural by talking about "innate" individual rights in the next.

This is so freaking obvious I'm starting to veer into conspiracy theories territory failing to explain this craziness: they'll start suspecting "mongolians and puerto-ricans" as factors before they'll notice this enormous elephant in the room.

Veer definitions


turn sharply; change direction abruptly; "The car cut to the left at the intersection"; "The motorbike veered to the right"

See also: swerve sheer curve trend slue slew


shift to a clockwise direction; "the wind veered"