- v. Simple past tense and past participle of yaw.
“yawed" about more than ever; but she took in no more spray over her bow.”
“Help him as much as you can, and make him help "— he stopped and ran the spokes to starboard as a tremendous billow rose under the stern and yawed the schooner to port —" and make him help himself for the rest.”
“At the last moment, the Tzenkethi vessel slammed to a halt, then yawed on its axis.”
“The man clasped his hands behind his back, yawed to the right and to the left like a metronome.”
“Each time we screeched, pitched, yawed, and lunged all the way out and back.”
“Slim yawed "Heigh-ho" and started down the path to the river.”
“She yawed involuntarily, she fought to recover, she rolled, and her board shot from under her directly into Albertine's path.”
“You had turned backward to say something to me, but I saw what was happening and when I called to you, you turned around, turned forward I mean, and you saw what was about to happen, so you yawed to the left, trying to avoid it.”
“Sedna pitched and yawed ceaselessly in the rough seas.”
“The horizon itself seemed to rise and fall, and the stars appeared to dance in the sky as the ship rolled and pitched and yawed in a running sea.”
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