The Correct spelling is: manoeuvre
Common misspellings of the word manoeuvre are:
How do you spell manoeuvre?. It is not manourvre
- A strategic or tactical military or naval movement.
- A large-scale tactical exercise carried out under simulated conditions of war. Often used in the plural.
- A controlled change in movement or direction of a moving vehicle or vessel, as in the flight path of an aircraft.
- A movement or procedure involving skill and dexterity.
- A strategic action undertaken to gain an end.
- Artful handling of affairs that is often marked by scheming and deceit. See synonyms at wile.
v., -vered, -verÂ·ing, -vers. v.intr.
- To carry out a military or naval maneuver.
- To make a controlled series of changes in movement or direction toward an objective: maneuvered to get closer to the stage.
- To shift ground; change tactics: The opposition had no room in which to maneuver.
- To use stratagems in gaining an end.
- To alter the tactical placement of (troops or warships).
- To direct through a series of movements or changes in course: maneuvered the car through traffic.
- To manipulate into a desired position or toward a predetermined goal: maneuvered him into signing the contract. See synonyms at manipulate.
[French manÅ“uvre, from Old French maneuvre, manual work, from Medieval Latin manuopera, from Latin manÅ« operÄrÄ«, to work by hand : manÅ«, ablative of manus, hand + operÄrÄ«, to work.]maneuverability maÂ·neu'verÂ·aÂ·bil'iÂ·ty n.
maneuverable maÂ·neu'verÂ·aÂ·ble adj.
maneuverer maÂ·neu'verÂ·er n.