Thesaurus / maneuver

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One often has to maneuver his way through little iron-legged tables and chairs, used for refreshments.
This is a very shy bird, so he had to creep and maneuver to get within gunshot unseen, unheard.
When all these openings have been carefully closed and fastened, then begins the maneuver of submersion.
It is an easy matter to maneuver the curtain by means of the motor, the curtain being raised as required.
Well,” remarked Monroe, as he witnessed this maneuver, “what is it?
THE BONDWOMANMARAH ELLIS RYAN
Taking one group and watching it closely, it could be seen that there was a world of meaning in this maneuver.
Before Don Hale could maneuver his plane, in order to renew the attack, he passed through some instants of terrible suspense.
Nevertheless, he had escaped by his maneuver, and in spite of his injuries made a good landing at Brocourt.
GEORGES GUYNEMERHENRY BORDEAUX
So it is impossible to understand by what reasoning the historians reach the conclusion that this maneuver was a profound one.
WAR AND PEACELEO TOLSTOY
They maneuver, skirmish, and negotiate underhandedly with the uncertain elements in the hostile camp.
LIFE ON A MEDIAEVAL BARONYWILLIAM STEARNS DAVIS

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