- n a biased way of looking at or presenting something
- n degree of deviation from a horizontal plane
- v lie obliquely
A scar slanted across his face
- v present with a bias
- v to incline or bend from a vertical position
- v heel over
The ceiling is slanting
- Running with Quezon was his Vice President, tall, slant-eyed Sergio Osmea, whose popularity in the Philippines is equal to the President's.
- It was still a tight squeeze as we inched cautiously along the dank silent passageway, which ran for about 20 feet before turning left and descending in a gradual slant.
- His bridges are unusual for having asymmetrical flourishes, canted curves that slant against the water oras in his first American span, a $23.
- Barry Cofield in FOXNews
There might be some years where honestly you're like, 'Hey, what might be best for me fiscally,' and you may feel like a Republican slant may be a little more appropriate,New York Giants defensive tackle Barry Cofield said. "But I think...
- James Harrison in International Herald Tribune
We were basically on a max blitz,Harrison said. "Kurt had to get it out and so he had to throw a quick slant in or out and I guessed on it, basically just shifted out, flowed out, and he threw it straight to me. After that, it was about my...
- Stuart Pearce in Telegraph.co.uk
Having one or two players who can play in different positions strengthens the squad,Pearce said. "It might give him a different slant on how to play the game."