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Origin of rudder
OTHER WORDS FROM rudderruddered, adjectiverud·der·less, adjectiverud·der·like, adjectiveun·rud·dered, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for rudder
After the pandemic hit, one ingredient in China’s remarkable recovery was its ability to turn the rudder of its enormous industrial engine to the needs of the moment.
Foer is the kind of adult for whom a pre-Huggies life was rudderless.
Theories without fact leaves man in a rudderless boat; he gets nowhere, he only drifts.Evening Round Up|William Crosbie Hunter
One by one Monroe's alternative plans were laid aside; and the country, like a rudderless ship, drifted on.Jefferson and his Colleagues|Allen Johnson
He felt as he had at his father's death, rudderless, derelict.Still Jim|Honor Willsie Morrow
Still more confidential and epistolary is the humorous and reckless affirmation that St. Ives is ‘a rudderless hulk.’The Bibliotaph|Leon H. Vincent
Theories without fact leave man in a rudderless boat; he gets nowhere, he merely drifts.Think|Col. Wm. C. Hunter