ADV. sharply, violently, wildly The ship veered round wildly in the rough sea. | (to the) left, (to the) right | away, round The plane veered away to the left.
PREP. between (figurative) He veered between calm acceptance and hysterical accusations. | from (figurative) The play veers from loopy comedy to serious moralizing. | off The car veered off the road. | to The path veers sharply to the right. | towards He veered left towards them.