- v be at an angle
- v cause or allow (a liquid substance) to run or flow from a container
- v walk through mud or mire
- v ladle clumsily
- v feed pigs
- s having an oblique or slanted direction
- s having a slanting form or direction
an area of gently sloping hills
a room with a sloping ceiling
- Twenty-one artists signed a round-robin protest charging that Wright's scheme for hanging would throw their canvases askew and the sloping ramp (3%) would provide no level base .
- The once steep banks are now grassy and gently sloping, almost parklike.
- Giant glass doors at both ends admit views and natural light, while sloping bands of fritted glass along the sides catch the sky.
News & Articles
- Barclays Sees Brent Crude Capped at $107.60: Technical Analysis
Brent crude’s two-week rally may halt at about $107.60 a barrel as futures reach the top of an upward-sloping trading channel, according to technical analysis by Barclays Plc.
June 17, 2013 - Bloomberg
- AUD/USD Technical Analysis: Initial Resistance Challenged
AUD/USD Technical Analysis – Prices are attempting a recovery as expected . Initial trend lien resistance is at 0.9678, with a break above that eyeing a larger downward-sloping barrier at 0.9911. Near-term support is at 0.9415, the 23.6% Fibonacci expansion, with a push beneath that targeting the 38.2% level at 0.9260.
June 17, 2013 - Daily FX
- Under par becomes revolving door at US Open
Sunshine was baking a tough and tight little course that had been soaked by heavy rain for a week. The sloping greens were faster and tougher to read.
June 15, 2013 - Richmond Times-Dispatch
- Sankar Chatterjee in China Daily
The hardest part would be taking off from the ground,said Chatterjee. "It would have been impossible to take off from a standing start. It probably used some of the techniques used by hang-glider pilots such as running on sloping ground to...
- John Key in Stuff.co.nz
The initial advice we received from Treasury had an upward-sloping debt curve that would have been unacceptable to the Government,Mr Key said. "New Zealand would have become indebted to a level that we believed was unacceptable and on that...