(1) Althoff's paintings are eerily beautiful, displaying delicate mastery of line, color and form, while their subjects veer toward the strange and macabre.(2) They veer away from discussion, change the subject, or even ask openly if we can stop talking about whatever-it-is because it makes them too uncomfortable.(3) He would shout things out excitedly, or suddenly veer off the subject, or even run forward and violently shake a bored student.(4) But at the launch an on-board computer cut the rocket's engines when a first-stage rocket failed, causing it to veer off course.(5) Her opinions, too, arguably veer from the eminently sensible to the inexplicable.(6) One can veer off the main paths into gorgeous, overgrown woodland areas.(7) In particular, Sword wants to discover what triggers the insects' specific movements - a sudden veer or turn or an increase in speed, for example.(8) What had seemed at the time like an unexpected veer off into uncharted territory ultimately proved to be an anomaly as Henson returned to much safer and more familiar ground in subsequent series.(9) The conversation veered towards language and accents.(10) The wind veers far enough to the east to take the boat along the north coast to Islas Margaritas, a pair of vertical rocky islands with a natural arch big enough to take the boat through sideways.(11) Packard's tone sometimes veers toward the self-congratulatory, but in this case, it somehow seems justified.(12) The weather changes every five minutes, veering from sunshine to blizzards and back.(13) As we arrived at the river, the cold easterly gale had veered to a light westerly breeze with a touch of warmth in it, perfect for river trouting.(14) We traveled eight days along the main road before veering away from our fellow travelers onto a smaller path heading north towards the Silver Crossings.(15) This conversation was veering off the original topic, and onto the one Lauren was afraid it would come to.(16) The marker posts lead under power lines to a hawthorn tree, where the path veers right, towards the ridge.