Antonyms for careered

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Spot, released from his leash, careered about like a mad creature.

I jumped up and careered wildly from end to end of the wood.

Now she was a pace in front, now they careered onward neck and neck.

Wildly they careered and brought the heat of midday into far regions of the Heavens that were unused to its untempered rays.

The beast had careered across a field, leapt a hedge and come upon its victim suddenly.

Once a heifer had broken and careered over the plains before the cottage.

Amidst a scene of wild enthusiasm we hoisted his big form upon our shoulders, and careered round the old quadrangle in triumph.

He careered along, at the head of the party, gay as the most youthful warrior among them.

We careered madly to a steep bank, when I got the upper hands of my antaggernist and threw him into the raveen.

The Revenge careered along over the water as if mad to get to Lundy, under a strong west wind.