Definitions

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  • noun Alternative form of manoeuvre.
  • noun Alternative form of maneuver.
  • verb Alternative form of manoeuvre.
  • verb Alternative form of maneuver.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Unless the U.S. would like to see a major war started in the area, the U.S. government would be wise to advise Israel against any such foolish maneuvre.

    Obama: U.S. not giving Israel green light to attack Iran

  • Absolutely fundamental to the health of such a maneuvre would be the exclusion of personal gain, and company gain, and national gain as much as possible from the arrangements.

    GFC Solutions?

  • One common maneuvre is for alternate lines of a rectangular squad to march about and back through the complementary lines.

    The Arrow of Time in Scientific American

  • Such a maneuvre would permit these aircraft to have launched ALCMs (Air Launched Cruise Missiles) that would then appear to have been GLCMs launched from UK soil.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • So, if we don't stop shouting and start listening and talking soon, we will be looking only at military action because we will have given ourselves no room to maneuvre.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • Quick in his motions, and understanding how to maneuvre the lantern in accordance with his wishes, the young police agent explored the surroundings in a very short space of time.

    Monsieur Lecoq

  • This simple and decisive maneuvre on the part of the subordinate had won the victory, and at first it greatly delighted the inspector.

    Monsieur Lecoq

  • Rowlands needed to do no more than look at them, a smile creasing his lean brown face, with a soft word in Welsh, or a quick whistle, and they would be off on some complicated maneuvre that the average man could have understood only after ten minutes of detailed explanation.

    The Grey King

  • Rowlands needed to do no more than look at them, a smile creasing his lean brown face, with a soft word in Welsh, or a quick whistle, and they would be off on some complicated maneuvre that the average man could have understood only after ten minutes of detailed explanation.

    The Grey King

  • Harper's BMW was squeezed into a tight space in front of the house, and Anna had to maneuvre the car to get it into the garage.

    The Night Crew

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