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Spell Check of steer

Correct spelling: steer

Definition of steer:

  1. A young, especially castrated, male of the ox kind.
  2. To direct the course of a ship by a helm; to direct; to guide.
  3. To direct and govern a ship in its course; to sail; to be governed; to conduct one's self; to take or pursue a course or way.

Common misspellings for steer:



Google Ngram Viewer results for steer:

This graph shows how "steer" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Quotes for steer:

  1. My imagination is my polestar; I steer by that.
  2. The will is never free- it is always attached to an object, a purpose. It is simply the engine in the car- it can't steer.
  3. We steer completely clear of anything suggestive.
  4. I must go down to the sea again, to the lonely sea and the sky; and all I ask is a tall ship and a star to steer her by.
  5. The lessons of the past should steer us towards ensuring lasting legacies for generations yet to be born.

Rhymes for steer:

  1. near, stear, deer, frere, meir, greer, kear, cleere, kier, year, pier, blear, we're, jeer, cheer, gere, tear, rear, leer, sphere, peer, veer, mere, lear, bere, speir, shere, gier, neer, mear, ear, vere, smear, clear, sear, fier, sere, fear, cyr, speer, sneer, here, fleer, gear, wier, spear, teer, sheer, deere, nir, beer, geer, dear, hear, mir, shear;
  2. premier, austere, yasir, veneer, cashier, unclear, amir, sameer, adhere, zaire, vizier, premiere, zahir, shamir, inhere, career, frontier, lazear, samir, emir, lanier, rainier, appear, sincere, wazir, dornier, revere, severe, rehear;
  3. disappear, domineer, persevere, pamphleteer, gondolier, chevalier, rensselaer, profiteer, commandeer, souvenir, reappear, auctioneer, chandelier, insincere, engineer, charpentier, overhear, bombardier, racketeer, belvedere, pioneer, interfere, cavalier, brigadier, volunteer, bandolier, financier, mutineer;
  4. reengineer, conventioneer, electioneer;