Word:

To veer and haul

(Naut.) to vary the course or direction; - said of the wind, which veers aft and hauls forward. The wind is also said to veer when it shifts with the sun.
(Naut.) to pull tight and slacken alternately.

See also: Veer Veer

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To turn tail
To turn the back
To turn the back on one
To turn the tables
To turn tippet
To turn to
To turn to account
To turn under
To turn up
To underrun a hose
To underrun a tackle
To unsheathe the sword
To unship the oars
To use one's self
To use up
To vary uniformly
-- To veer and haul --
To veer away
To venture at
To wage battle
To wage one's law
To wait on
To walk
To walk after the flesh
To walk after the Spirit
To walk by faith
To walk in darkness
To walk in the flesh
To walk in the light
To walk one's chalks
To walk over
To walk the plank
To walk through the fire
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