• WordNet 3.6
    • n maneuverer a person skilled in maneuvering
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Maneuverer One who maneuvers. "This charming widow Beaumont is a nanœuvrer . We can't well make an English word of it."
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n maneuverer One who manœuvers; one who engages in or relies upon strategic management or intrigue.
    • n maneuverer A form of rudder. See the quotation.
    • n maneuverer Also maneuverer, maneuvrer.
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In literature:

You are the fortune hunters and maneuverers!
"Capitola the Madcap" by Emma D. E. N. Southworth
They created drag and affected the maneuverability of the plane.
"The Biography of a Rabbit" by Roy Benson
This made them more maneuverable and easier to sail.
"Our Legal Heritage, 5th Ed." by S. A. Reilly
The system gave high maneuverability to the boats.
"Rip Foster in Ride the Gray Planet" by Harold Leland Goodwin
Arcot wanted to demonstrate the effectiveness of the ship's armament first, and then the maneuverability.
"Islands of Space" by John W Campbell
Once we were inside, we'd have no maneuverability to speak of.
"Legacy" by James H Schmitz
His ships could not act as a massed, maneuverable force.
"Talents, Incorporated" by William Fitzgerald Jenkins
You are the fortune hunters and maneuverers!
"Capitola's Peril" by Mrs. E.D.E.N. Southworth
The English know sea battles are won with cannon and maneuverability, not soldiers.
"The Moghul" by Thomas Hoover
The clever maneuverer that she is!
"Marjorie Dean College Freshman" by Pauline Lester

In news:

This rugged machine is the most versatile and maneuverable applicator on the market and will save countless hours of labor and increase your efficiency.
Staying safe while skydiving, making hard landings and maneuverability.
Pedal movement provides low-pressure braking for maneuverability, or high-pressure braking for fast, safe stops.
These specialized Hauler Chassis-based machines retain all of the advantages of Volvo articulated haulers , performance, reliability, maneuverability and go-anywhere capability.
Since 1980, Walker Manufacturing Co mpany has focused on designing, developing and producing a line of compact, maneuverable, mid-size riding mowers and attachments.
High speed and maneuverability are essential for quick and efficient application of expensive fertilizers, herbicides, and pesticides.
It has a working height of 47 feet with a 27-foot forward reach and four-wheel drive and steer for maximum maneuverability.
Three wheel design for maneuverability and a small turning radius.
The 135, 155, 175, 190 and 205 skid steers and the 150T, 190T and 205T compact track loaders are maneuverable in confined areas and are easily transported from site to site.
The new Sea Ray 450 Sedan Bridge marries cruisability with maneuverability.
40-degree wheel cut with 425/65R22.5 floatation tires and wide-track axles for great maneuverability.
Next time you're test driving a new Lexus sedan and want to test it for maneuverability, why not try South Fourth, the Lombard Street of the Tucson area.
Backsaver LitePortable Lift Tables have four easy rolling casters for unmatched maneuverability.
These clear-span buildings provide a highly maneuverable space and sufficient height to accommodate dumping trucks.
Operating economy and maneuverability are key attributes of the Ford Transit Connect.

In science:

In this case, the maneuverability is the result of the high redundancy (hyper-redundant) induced by the deformation of the fish body on the dimensions of the task.
The eel-like robot
The maneuverability of such vehicles can offer a tremendous operational advantages if harnessed during autonomous flight. Taking full advantage of the small-scale helicopter's natural abilities, however, has been a major challenge to its use as a UAV platform.
Automated Flight Test and System Identification for Rotary Wing Small Aerial Platform using Frequency Responses Analysis