room for maneuver

Definition of room for maneuver

  1. :  opportunity to make changes or to do things differently in order to produce a better result The strict requirements left us very little room for maneuver.

Word by Word Definitions

  1. :  an extent of space occupied by or sufficient or available for something

    :  an appropriate or designated position, post, or station

    :  place, stead

  1. :  to occupy or share a room especially as a lodger

    :  to accommodate with lodgings

  1. :  a military or naval movement

    :  an armed forces training exercise

    :  a procedure or method of working usually involving expert physical movement

  1. :  to perform a movement in military or naval tactics in order to secure an advantage

    :  to make a series of changes in direction and position for a specific purpose

    :  to use stratagems :  scheme

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quaintly unconventional or refined

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