- v. present participle of oversteer.
“After months of study in 2001, NHTSA dismissed Firestone's complaints that the Explorer had a problem with "oversteering" in a blowout.”
“But people saw it as almost like Democrats are oversteering too much in one direction, and they wanted correction.”
“As he and other plaintiffs 'attorneys have argued to juries, sometimes successfully, the problem in the Explorer is not oversteering but a phenomenon known as "skate" caused by vibrations in the rear axle -- vibrations that can occur when a tire blows out.”
“Slower reflexes are a big concern, too, because they can lead to oversteering -- the impulse to jerk a vehicle back onto the road -- which can cause a rollover.”
““You told me yourself that he keeps oversteering.””
“The Fed is oversteering and that will continue, so we may eventually be in for more than a little inflation.”
“Economic oversteering Mark Shuttleworth, saw it coming in January "Historians may well lay the real blame for current distress at the door of Alan Greenspan, who pioneered the use of morphine to dull economic pain".”
“You can adjust the settings to prevent oversteering, and you can add a blue dotted line that appears on the track to suggest how you should navigate.”
“I also appreciate the dangers of excessive fine-tuning, oversteering, and overshooting," he said.”
“Kennin swung left at the next corner and Jack followed, again oversteering and almost spinning out.”
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