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Slue  v. i.  To turn about; to turn from the course; to slip or slide and turn from an expected or desired course; often followed by round.

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"Slue" Quotes from Famous Books

... over the quarter you have merely to take care that the waves do not slue you around sidewise, and that the canoe does not dip water on one side or the other under the stress of your twists with the paddle. Dead astern is perhaps the most difficult of all, for the reason that you must watch both gunwales ...
— The Forest • Stewart Edward White

... of hair on his forehead, with one hand, and gave his trowsers a slue with the other, before he answered; which he soon did, however, though with a voice a little thicker than was usual with him, on account of his having added a draught or two to those he had taken previously ...
— The Two Admirals • J. Fenimore Cooper

Words linked to "Slue" :   side-slip, trend, cut, turn, swerve, veer, sheer, skid, slip, slide, glide, peel off, slew, submarine, curve, yaw

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