steered


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She is steered mighty strangely, for she doesn't mind the hand on the wheel, changes about with every puff of wind.
Montgomery steered us round and into a narrow little dock excavated in the beach.
In consequence, after having traveled all night, at seven o'clock she was at the fort of the Point; at eight o'clock she had embarked; and at nine, the vessel, which with letters of marque from the cardinal was supposed to be sailing for Bayonne, raised anchor, and steered its course toward England.
This time he was both seen and heard, and the tartan instantly steered towards him.