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steady having a regular movement or course of action. [1/9 definitions]
steer1 to direct or guide toward a course of action. [1/3 definitions]
stop to pause for a short visit during a course or journey (often followed by "at," "in," or "by"). [1/10 definitions]
straight in a straight line or course. [1/8 definitions]
stray to wander from or go beyond a fixed place, course, or practice, or to wander away from a group. [1/4 definitions]
subject an area of study; course. [1/10 definitions]
switch to change or shift course. [1/8 definitions]
thread to move in a winding course. [1/7 definitions]
track a path or course laid out for running or racing in competitive sports, often in the shape of an oval. [1/5 definitions]
trail a path or course through a forest or other rural place. [1/7 definitions]
trend a general course, direction, or tendency. [1/2 definitions]
truly of course; indeed. [1/4 definitions]
turn to change the course or direction of. [1/22 definitions]
up an upward course or movement. [1/23 definitions]
way a particular manner of acting or course of action. [1/10 definitions]
wiggle a quick movement from side to side or a course of such movements. [1/3 definitions]
will2 the power of the mind to choose a course of action or to make a decision. [1/7 definitions]
wind2 to follow or to have a bending or turning course. [1/7 definitions]
you bet (informal) to be sure; of course.
zigzag a line or course that moves back and forth to form a series of sharp angles. [1/2 definitions]