- v. present participle of careen.
“She has now retired from her accounting job; this new liberation has granted her the privilege of following her artistic moods, allowing her art to flow according to its own nature, like the temperamental flooding of rivers when the skies send rain careening across a parched landscape.”
“I’m once again careening back in my chair at ergonomically unfriendly angles whilst plugged up and charging.”
“It’s what Bajoran adolescents call careening as close as they can to the rocks when they’re out ice-sailing.”
“Traditional mining communities disappear as jobs diminish and residents are driven away by dust, blasting and increased flooding and dangers from overloaded coal trucks careening down small, windy mountain roads.”
“It's full of people hustling to get a quick lunch with cars and buses careening down the street.”
“Adapting a dead legend's screenplay is not unlike trying to corral a careening, unmanned bicycle: The stakes are considerable, the path can be dodgy -- and the person giving chase can expend great energy to futile effect.”
“One of the largest whitetail bucks I have ever seen was not running across an Iowa cornfield, or careening through a northwoods clearcut, or even languishing behind the high-fence at a petting zoo.”
“The spritsail filled with the wind, suddenly, careening the frail open craft till it seemed it would surely capsize.”
“The film series, which finds young folks having premonitions of death that come true for people around them, is known for concocting outlandish death scenes (roller coaster accident, a race car careening into the crowd, etc.).”
“Though ill with a heart ailment, Herrmann agreed to score Martin Scorsese's "Taxi Driver," using muted trumpets and snare drums to reinforce the sense of a dangerous mind careening toward violence.”
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