The correct answer is sway.
C. caulk planking
The correct answer is (B) To sway, to swerve, to sway, or lean dangerously. To cause a vessel to heel over or list while in motion. Also, to cause a ship to turn over on its side (showing its keel) for scraping, caulking, etc, as on a beach; to cause to keel over.
Careen comes from French carčne, Latin carina (keel).
Examples of use:
- The stolen car careened around the corner on two wheels.
- The vessel careened over on its port side.