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Change of course   /tʃeɪndʒ əv kɔrs/   Listen
Change of course

noun
1.
A change in the direction that you are moving.






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"Change of course" Quotes from Famous Books



... pinnacle of rock, which, just before Brown had fired, had been straight ahead. The towing monster had seen it and veered sharply to avoid crashing. The barest change of course, yet sufficient ...
— Astounding Stories, February, 1931 • Various

... for two or three hundred yards, when I was brought up short by the violent snort of a rhinoceros just off the starboard bow. He was very close, but I was unable to locate him in the dusk. A cautious retreat and change of course cleared me from him, and I was about to start on again full speed when once more I was halted by another rhinoceros, this time dead ahead. Attempting to back away from him, I aroused another in my rear; and ...
— The Land of Footprints • Stewart Edward White



Words linked to "Change of course" :   turning, tacking, change of direction, tack, turn, reorientation



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