The number of liberals and conservatives on the court may stay the same, but the outcomes of cases may veer to the right.
Will the GOP emulate that strategy, or are we going to see if there's any possible room left to veer right?
Unfortunately for Romney, his occasional stabs at connecting with the 99 percent tend to veer off in the pork-rind-y direction.
Urban Outfitters has a track record of putting out products that veer into attention-grabbing, supposedly edgy territory.
I respect his principles, the way he does not veer from them, but politics is not principle whether we like it or not.
With eyes now turned from aloft to ahead, we retyped our seamanship to meet the altered conditions of the veer in our outlook.
We dared not veer so as to bring the ship on the other tack.
And it was proof of Nagger's quality that he did not have to veer from the stallion's course.
Then, turning to the crew: “All hands stand by to veer ship!”
We veer between the abomination of city-reform and the desolation of Ultima Thule.
1580s, "to change direction" (originally with reference to the wind), from Middle French virer "to turn," of uncertain origin, perhaps from the Latin stem vir- in viriae (plural) "bracelets;" or perhaps from a Vulgar Latin contraction of Latin vibrare "to shake." Related: veered, veering.
1883, to denote the shape of the letter V. As a type of engine, by 1951.