maneuver

Part of speech: verb

To intrigue.

Part of speech: verb

To put through or perform evolutions.

Part of speech: noun

A movement, as of troops.

Part of speech: noun

Any dexterous or artful proceeding.

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Usage examples "maneuver":

  1. " Funny," I said, watching him maneuver his cigarette as if he loved the feel of it, drawing the smoke down and letting it out in plumes of different shapes, from rings to slender streams. - "The Old Die Rich", Horace Leonard Gold.
  2. At least ten bystanders eagerly explained to any who would listen the purpose and value of this maneuver. - "Greener Than You Think", Ward Moore.
  3. Joe reached to the maneuver controls. - "Space Tug", Murray Leinster.