Definition: to suddenly go off course
Part of Speech: Verb
Synonym(s): deviate, stray
Antonym(s): go straight, stay the course
1. If you don’t keep both hands on the wheel, your car may swerve and go into another driver’s lane.
2. Did you see the bus swerve and go into the ditch in order to avoid hitting the little boy?
3. Since we are determined to achieve our goal, we will not swerve and stray from the pursuit of our objective.