The ship began to yaw, to drop away toward the planet below them.
The screw is always edging a ship off, and the lighter the ballast the wider the yaw.
And would a bullet with yaw decrease in velocity to a greater, lesser, or the same extent as a bullet without yaw?
The yaw Derevocsid Eht, said everybody who looked at the writing.
The large mottled man with the damp moustache looked up gravely over his newspaper: "yaw, der gonductor he also says Peverly."
Here, pull harder, Steve; you're lettin' her yaw around terrible.
"yaw," was the laconic grunt of the hostler, as he proceeded to unhitch old bald-face from his rigging.
"yaw, yaw," replied the spectre-crew, put into motion by the order.
Again he spoke, and at length a monotonous "yaw" proclaimed that they were not dumb.
yaw—To swerve from side to side as a vessel does when running free.