What is another word for Navigating?

Pronunciation: [nˈavɪɡˌe͡ɪtɪŋ] (IPA)

Navigating is the act of determining a course of action or direction while in motion or on the go. There are numerous synonyms that are equivalent to this word and convey the same meaning. Some of the synonyms for navigating include exploring, charting, directing, guiding, steering, leading, piloting, escorting, and maneuvering. Whether it's physically navigating through the city's streets or metaphorically navigating through life's decisions, these synonymous terms can be used interchangeably. Choosing the right synonym depends on the context, tone, and emphasis one is trying to convey. Regardless, these words express the task of establishing a path towards a destination or objective, and successfully completing it.

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Usage examples for Navigating

Now you take a midgit-idgit Navigating machine.
"Eight Keys to Eden"
Mark Irvin Clifton
The bargain being struck, they assisted me in Navigating it, by a long circuitous course of many weeks, by which I brought them to the small secluded island, which was my favourite place of refuge.
"Wilson's Tales of the Borders and of Scotland, Vol. XX"
Alexander Leighton
On getting back to the inn, the landlady asked me if I had been to see the wonderful animal which had been landed some time before by a fisherman, who had found him, she said, on board a vessel, Navigating her all by himself.
"Paddy Finn"
W. H. G. Kingston

Famous quotes with Navigating

  • Navigating by the compass in a sea of clouds over Spain is all very well, it is very dashing, but—But you want to remember that below the sea of clouds lies eternity.This viscous whiteness became in my mind the frontier between the real and the unreal, between the known and the unknowable. Already I was beginning to realize that a spectacle has no meaning except it be seen through the glass of a culture, a civilization, a craft.
    Antoine de Saint Exupéry

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