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- n. Someone or something that steers.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who steers.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which steers; a steersman.
- n. In a tricycle, the rod and small wheel by which the machine is turned about and guided: called front steerer or back steerer according to its place on the machine.
- n. In bunko swindling, one who steers or leads his victim to the rendezvous; a bunko-steerer.
- n. A machine for controlling the rudder of a boat or yacht.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a beguiler who leads someone into danger (usually as part of a plot)
- n. the person who steers a ship
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They were approached by a "steerer" after arriving at JFK on their Air France flight who directed them towards a van that would take them to Manhattan.
PA cops recognized [Ian] McFarland as a longtime "steerer" and Officer Michael Bestany reached inside the van to try to grab the keys, the source said.
The head waiter in one's hotel was a "steerer" for a "dive," and the house detective was "touting" for a gambling-place.
PA cops recognized McFarland as a longtime "steerer" and Officer Michael Bestany reached inside the van to try to grab the keys, the source said.
Procycle Group, Inc., the parent company of Rocky Mountain Bicycles, is recalling about 325 cyclocross bikes because the steerer tube on the bikes can fail.
Interestingly, FSA has chosen to build the new K-Force Light with a 1 ¼ steerer clamp.
The mount for the Dash replaces a headset top cap, jutting straight forward from the steerer tube.
It came with a carbon straight-blade fork with carbon steerer.
The first struck fifty feet to windward of the boat, the second alongside; and at the third the boat-steerer let loose his steering-oar and crumpled up in the bottom of the boat.
The hunter and boat-puller were both lying awkwardly in the bottom, but the boat-steerer lay across the gunwale, half in and half out, his arms trailing in the water and his head rolling from side to side.