weave around

weave around

to move about, changing directions at random. The drunken driver wove around all over the road. He was weaving around everywhere.
See also: around, weave
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Race Week at Hamilton Island is recognised as one of Australia's premier offshore regattas; an event that stands among the best in the world when it comes to excellent racing on courses that weave around tropical islands, a unique onshore party environment, and exceptional camaraderie among participants.
It baffles me how they weave around one another without frequent accidents.
She does want to be an only cat - she wants all the tummy rubs she can get and she'll weave around your legs to get your attention.
They completely ignored the traffic that was driving past even though people were beeping their horns and having to weave around them," he said.
the lights of nearby cabins seem to weave around the trees.
He said: "Around 70 or 80% of the waterlogging has gone and we now have some small areas of standing water which we could probably weave around.
The riders on BMX weave around on the pavement and often knock your bag of shopping out of your hands.
Motorists said the winds made some of the smaller cars weave around on the highways in Dubai and the Northern Emirates and the blowing sand reduced visibility to 500 metres.
BTP said it was unclear if the rider had attempted to weave around the barriers at the crossing.
Zulu chants weave around cartoon monster glam stomps.
Humble but quirky colour illustrations throughout weave around the text to add interest.
Runners will start in Perry Park and weave around local streets before finishing at the Alexander Stadium.
The result is a gorgeous album of minor key magic, recalling the early days of CSNY and Buffalo Springfield as close harmonies and pedal steel weave around Dekker's plaintive voice.
Jackie Tyler and Julia Beiss wanger devised an engaging compilation of extracts from the great diarist, persuasively delivered by the genial Michael Collie, bewigg'd and appropriately costum'd, and the music they chose to weave around these readings provided a fascinating sound-panorama of music in late 17th-century London.
Their first-person narratives weave around each other throughout the book, describing the girls' separate lives and the times they collide - usually through a relative's death or some personal trauma.