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L, aberrancy, aberration, about ship, alter, ameliorate, angle, angle off, apex, avert, back and fill, be changed, be converted into, be renewed, bear away, bear off, bear to starboard, beat, beat about, bend, bent, bias, bifurcate, bifurcation, bight, bottom out, box off, branch, branch off, branching off, break, bring about, bring round, cant, cant round, cast, cast about, change, change course, change the bearing, change the heading, checker, chevron, chop, chop and change, circuitousness, coin, come about, come around, come round, corner, crank, crook, crotchet, curve, declination, deflect, deflection, degenerate, depart from, departure, deteriorate, detour, deviance, deviancy, deviate, deviation, deviousness, digress, digression, discursion, divagate, divagation, divaricate, divarication, diverge, divergence, diversify, diversion, divert, dogleg, double, double a point, draw aside, drift, drifting, ease off, edge, edge off, elbow, ell, errantry, excursion, excursus, exorbitation, fetch about, flop, fly off, fork, furcate, furcation, gee, glance, glance off, go about, go crabwise, go off, go sideways, gybe, hairpin, haul around, haw, head off, heave round, heel, hook, improve, indirection, inflection, jib, jibe, jibe all standing, knee, lateral, lateralize, lurch, make leeway, make way for, meliorate, miss stays, mitigate, modulate, move aside, mutate, nook, oblique, obliquity, pererration, pivot, pivot about, ply, point, put about, put back, quoin, rambling, revive, round, round a point, sheer, sheer off, shift, shifting, shifting course, shifting path, shove aside, shunt, shy, shy off, side, sideslip, sidestep, sidetrack, sidle, skew, skid, slant, slew, slue, spin, steer clear of, step aside, straying, sway, sweep, swerve, swerving, swing, swing round, swing the stern, swinging, switch, swivel, tack, take a turn, throw about, trend, turn, turn about, turn around, turn aside, turn away, turn back, turn into, turn round, turn tail, turn the corner, turning, twist, undergo a change, variation, vary, veer around, veer off, vertex, wandering, warp, wear, wear ship, wheel, wheel about, whirl, wind, worsen, yaw, zag, zig, zigzag

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