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Synonyms for slant

Synonyms for slant

to depart or cause to depart from true vertical or horizontal

to have a tendency or inclination

to direct (material) to the interests of a particular group

deviation from a particular direction

the position from which something is observed or considered

Synonyms for slant

a biased way of looking at or presenting something

degree of deviation from a horizontal plane

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lie obliquely

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present with a bias

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to incline or bend from a vertical position

heel over

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Slant failed not so much because its ideas were bad, but because it had no solid ground under its feet in the English church of the time.
During the opening evening, Slant came out an hour before dark and walked through one of Hollands' shooting lanes 50 yards away but never presenting a good shot.
Chen, Geometry of slant submanifolds, Katholieke Universiteit, Leuven, 1990.
A curve [psi] = [psi](s) is called a 3-type slant helix if the trinormal lines of [psi] make a constant angle with a fixed direction in [E.
No matter what reason you have for a slant or which slant you want to employ, the technique remains the same.
By using a logistics slant, the command post can gather the on-hand supplies and quickly determine the amounts required.
Put in another way, the study searched for evidence of a consistent slant in news and opinion about the campaign in each of the three sets of media properties.
The actor, who also played Mark Hebden in BBC Radio 4's The Archers, will be doing a one-man comedy which provides a new slant on the story of Richard III - My Kingdom For A Horse.
If reporters such as The Washington Post's Susan Schmidt (who was notorious in this respect) had given readers more information about their sources, more of them might have grasped the stories' pervasive slant.
NEW YORK, NY -- If shelf presence is half the battle in getting consumers to try a product, then Pisa, the nut-flavored liqueur imported from Italy, has a new slant on standing out from the pack.
A forward slant in the writing suggests an outgoing, impulsive personality and a backwards slant indicates a more reserved type.
A cursive writing sample collected at the end of the 12-week instructional period was scored for overall legibility as well as letter formation, slant and size (information on reliability of scores was not provided).
15 Each - 2 Cubic Yard - Front Load - Slant Top - Two Lid - Painted - Coal Tar Epoxy Coating On The Inside Bottom And 24" Up The Inside Walls - Fork Box With Manual Lid Lock Bars And Swivel Castors.
Starring the award-winning actress Julie Harris as the fabled poetess and directed by Jean Mudge, "Emily Dickson: A Certain Slant Of Light" faithfully recreates Emily's personality and literary genius by reciting poetry in various settings that include Amherst College, Mount Holyoke Seminary, the town cemetery next door to Emily's childhood home, and on beautiful grounds providing a commanding views from the shores of the Connecticut River.