- 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
- s having an oblique or slanted direction
- s favoring one person or side over another
- The rest of my letters are shaky and stiff, my words slanted in all directions.
- Like a spread-eagled bat he slanted steeply downward, getting the "feel" of his wings.
- The slanted pools melt into irrigation channels over the next six weeks, watering crops for villages of roughly 500 families and, as a bonus, recharging the valley's natural springs.
News & Articles
- New Bedford High grads look forward, and back, as they accept diplomas
NEW BEDFORD — Fairy light slanted over Walsh Field Friday, as graduating New Bedford High School seniors swayed to their class song, the guitar filtering out to the families watching and younger siblings tossing footballs, sinking their feet in the...
June 15, 2013 - The Standard-Times
- Chinese Character: Boat or Ship ?
The Chinese character ? ( zh?u ) refers to a boat or a ship. In ancient pictograph form, the character was often slanted slightly, making the two sides of the character representative of the sides of a boat. The line … The post Chinese Character: Boat or Ship ? appeared first on The Epoch Times .
June 11, 2013 - The Epoch Times
- Max Baucus in Austin American-Statesman
The challenge now for senators is to "put on the floor a bill that is perceived as solid, balanced, common-sense and not slanted too far in one direction or the other," Baucus said after Tuesday's vote.
- Wilfredo Caraballo in NorthJersey.com
It's a despicable campaign and clearly slanted at Hispanics,said Assemblyman Wilfredo Caraballo. "The campaign describes us as bugs that have to be stamped out."
- Condoleezza Rice in FOXNews
I do think people have suggested that it would be a good thing if the reporting were accurate on Al-Jazeera and if it were not slanted in ways that appear to be at times just purely inaccurate,Rice said.