yaw[ yaw ]SEE DEFINITION OF yaw
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR YAW
The screw is always edging a ship off, and the lighter the ballast the wider the yaw.
The Yaw Derevocsid Eht, said everybody who looked at the writing.
Here, pull harder, Steve; you're lettin' her yaw around terrible.
It was as large as a silver dollar, that yaw, and it took all of three weeks to heal.
"Yaw, yaw," replied the spectre-crew, put into motion by the order.
Take a Swede or a Dutchman: it's yaw yaw with them to the end of their time.
The Chins in the valley of the Yaw and its tributaries were raiders.
Yaw—To swerve from side to side as a vessel does when running free.
I will yaw the ship, and as your guns come to bear, slap it right into his bows.
As the ship jumped and began to yaw, she was thrown across the cabin.