It had been yawing off that compass all the way from a point to a point and a half.
The wind was steady, and as we ran before it there was no yawing.
She headed nearly due south, yawing, of course, all the time.
Bill Ware had let go the wheel, and the vessel was yawing round.
Directly afterwards the French frigate ran up on our larboard and lee quarter, and yawing rapidly, fired into us.
He immediately ran down, hoisting the French ensign, and yawing a little to show it.
Slowly the struggling Revenge dropped astern, yawing wildly, rolling her bulwarks under, splintered spars dangling from the caps.
A lumbering old lighter with a yawing derrick passed close aboard.
I suppose they didn't want to lose ground by yawing, but as they came abreast of us they both opened fire.
Only Biddle's prompt action had saved the ship from yawing and presenting her broadside to the pursuer.