Yaw (verb)

  1. To deviate or swerve from a course, especially laterally.
  2. To move or turn unsteadily or uncertainly.


Middle english yawen, from old english gēawian.


  1. The boat yawed in the wind.
  2. The ship yawed and listed in the heavy seas.
  3. The plane yawed to the left as the pilot corrected its course.
  4. The car yawed back and forth on the icy road.
  5. The rocket yawed as it ascended through the atmosphere.
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