Origin of rudder
OTHER WORDS FROM rudderrud·dered, adjectiverud·der·less, adjectiverud·der·like, adjectiveun·rud·dered, adjective
Words nearby rudder
How to use rudder in a sentence
Rudder seems content to play the record keeper and let the philosophers sort out the sigificance.
There's no longer a need to make up a story, because now, as Rudder writes, "The numbers are the narrative."
We saw a little bit of blue fire just forward of the vertical rudder, the upper rudder.Did Static Electricity Spark the Hindenburg Explosion?|Justin Green|March 4, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Of course, Rudder admits there are more pieces to the puzzle.
If You Got It, Flaunt It Christian Rudder, co-founder OkCupid.com, is brutally honest.
With difficulty he induced the scared ryot to take the rudder while he explained the new project.The Red Year|Louis Tracy
A single oar used rather as rudder than paddle guides the tank to the middle of the stream, where it floats to its destination.Journal of a Voyage to Brazil|Maria Graham
Mr Jones, without making a remark of any kind, shipped the rudder; the other four pulled.The Floating Light of the Goodwin Sands|R.M. Ballantyne
The sea seemed to be fining off a bit, so they looked round, and found to their horror that the rudder was gone.The Chequers|James Runciman
On the deck aft, about a couple of feet in advance of the rudder-head, are fitted two brass stanchions.Yachting Vol. 2|Various.