a person or thing that steers.
Informal. a confederate who directs potential customers to a gambling game, brothel, drug seller, etc.
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How to use steerer in a sentence
So ISN mechanics resorted to bonding the steerer plug to the fork and over-torquing the bolt, which caused a stressed riser to break the fork.Integrated Road Bikes Perform Better, but at What Cost? | agintzler | December 3, 2021 | Outside Online
Like Canyon, Factor also had a high-profile failure last spring when Israel Start-Up Nation racer Tom van Asbroeck broke his Factor Ostro VAM’s steerer tube at a cobbled race just days before van der Poel’s Aeroad handlebar failure.Integrated Road Bikes Perform Better, but at What Cost? | agintzler | December 3, 2021 | Outside Online
The race was very interesting and well managed, but far be it from me to say which proved herself the better steerer.The Sportswoman's Library, v. 2 | Various
It was paddled by two Indians, of whom the one in the stern—the steerer—appeared to be a very large man.The Empty House And Other Ghost Stories | Algernon Blackwood
I recognised the two men as those who had passed before, and the steerer was certainly an immense fellow.The Empty House And Other Ghost Stories | Algernon Blackwood