English words and Examples of Usage

use "steer" in a sentence

Bingham kept trying to steer Lavoie towards the Rovers Return pub.

Here are 10 trends they think homeowners should steer clear of in 2015.

SPIEGEL: There's one issue in the book that you seem to steer clear of.

Similarly, coast guard officers were flown in to steer the vessel to safety.

Todd Boggust was a champion steer wrestler, following in his father's footsteps.

Menendez will still help steer his bill through the banking committee on Thursday.

They’ve got James to steer them around the obstacles and toward their ultimate goal.

“I don’t believe the present regime will steer the country out of the crisis.

We're trying to steer clear of that, Morrisey told the Southeast Missourian last week.

But many Republican candidates tried to steer clear of the race issue altogether.

New discovery in Germanwings crash Can technology steer a plane away from disaster?

Their menu changes regularly, but just trust us: chef Julie Friederich will not steer you wrong.

In Kansas City, Johnny Cueto pitched eight dominant innings to steer the Royals past Houston 7-2.

So if you steer it back to them or their children (doesn’t everyone love to talk about themselves?

The NTSB spokesman said that controllers tried to steer the pilot to the airport, without success.

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