obliqueness

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{n} an oblique state, a deviation from moral rectitude
{n} deviation from a direct or perpendicular line or from rectitude
{i} quality of being oblique; incline, gradient; indirectness
the property of being neither parallel nor perpendicular, but at a slanting angle
the quality of being oblique and rambling indirectly
Quality or state of being oblique
The characteristic of being oblique
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The oblique case
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An oblique line
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To march in a direction oblique to the line of the column or platoon; — formerly accomplished by oblique steps, now by direct steps, the men half-facing either to the right or left
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Not straightforward; indirect; obscure; hence, disingenuous; underhand; perverse; sinister
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slanting; said of lines
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{a} not direct, not perpendicular
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Neither perpendicular nor horizontal A slanting direction; not direct
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An oblique line is a straight line that is not horizontal or vertical. An oblique angle is any angle other than a right angle. It lies between the plain and the sea at an oblique angle to the coastline. + obliquely oblique·ly This muscle runs obliquely downwards inside the abdominal cavity. a mark ( / ) used for writing fractions or for separating numbers, letters, words etc = slash
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A plane that passes through the body or an organ at an angle between the transverse plane an either the midsagittal, parasagittal, or frontal plane
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The hex-based coordinate system used in Star Empires
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Having a sloping direction, angle or position An oblique angle is one that has either more or less than 90° Any angle which is not at right angles is oblique
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Lop-sided, one side of leaf base is larger, wider or more rounded than the other
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A slanting version of a face Oblique is similar to italic, but without the script quality of a true italic The upright faces are usually referred to as roman
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A 3D (only) diagonal game piece movement that travels in the line of squares of alternating color from the initial station, which are not within the same rank, file, or post as the initial station TIP: When moving obliquely between levels, it may help to count out one square in a diagonal direction on a given level for each level a player wishes to travel; from there, count up/down the same number of squares to the find the actual square that may be stationed
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(adj ) A direction that is neither parallel nor perpendicular to a plane
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Pertaining to, or measured on, an oblique projection, as oblique equator, oblique pole, oblique latitude
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To march in a direction oblique to the line of the column or platoon; formerly accomplished by oblique steps, now by direct steps, the men half- facing either to the right or left
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any grammatical case other than the nominative
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any grammatical case other than the nominative slanting or inclined in direction or course or position--neither parallel nor perpendicular nor right-angular; "the oblique rays of the winter sun"; "acute and obtuse angles are oblique angles"; "the axis of an oblique cone is not perpendicular to its base
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indirect in departing from the accepted or proper way; misleading; "used devious means to achieve success"; "gave oblique answers to direct questions"; "oblique political maneuvers"
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Not erect or perpendicular; neither parallel to, nor at right angles from, the base; slanting; inclined
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A slanted style of a font, generally used for emphasis Oblique differs from Italic in that the transformation from the plain to the slanted form involves just skewing the letterforms
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If you describe a statement as oblique, you mean that is not expressed directly or openly, making it difficult to understand. Mr Golding delivered an oblique warning, talking of the danger of sudden action. = indirect + obliquely oblique·ly He obliquely referred to the US, Britain and Saudi Arabia. = indirectly
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describes a fish's mouth that angles sharply down from the snout
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Literally, "at an angle" or "slanted" A Roman font that has been electronically altered to produce an italic effect
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{i} something diagonal; an angle which is not a right angle (Geometry); a leaf not having symmetrical sides (Botany); a case which is not nominative or vocative (Grammar)
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A text style created by slanting a roman font to simulate italics This is not a true typeface, to print properly it needs to be converted to outline art
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Not direct in descent; not following the line of father and son; collateral
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To march in a direction oblique to the line of the column or platoon; - formerly accomplished by oblique steps, now by direct steps, the men half- facing either to the right or left
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Unequal sides; slanting
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The punctuation sign "/"
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having a slanting position or direction; inclined
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{s} diagonal; inclined, sloping; indirect; of an angle which is not a right angle (Geometry); of a leaf not having symmetrical sides (Botany); of a case which is not nominative or vocative, not being subject (Grammar)
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A slanted font of the Roman interation of the font to top
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(Military term) at an angle of 45 degrees
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Having the base of the blade asymmetrical, with one side larger or extending further than the other
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A slanted sans serif face Many new designers call a font face that is actually oblique italic, not understanding that the italic form is more than just a skewed version of the Roman form
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To deviate from a perpendicular line; to move in an oblique direction
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{f} change direction in an oblique manner, change direction diagonally; (Military) advance at a 45 degrees angle in a military formation
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a diagonally arranged abdominal muscle on either side of the torso
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Describes a force that acts at some other angle, one that is not a direct repulsion or attraction Cf attractive, repulsive
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An indirect or evasive angle
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An image taken with a camera or sensor with the axis intentionally directed between the vertical and horizontal planes A high oblique image includes the horizon in the field of view, while a low oblique shows only the Earth's surface
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slanting or inclined in direction or course or position--neither parallel nor perpendicular nor right-angular; "the oblique rays of the winter sun"; "acute and obtuse angles are oblique angles"; "the axis of an oblique cone is not perpendicular to its base"
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Any view that is not straight down or not horizontal (level) Generally, any view that is more that 10 degrees off vertical or horizontal Typically a view looking down at 35 to 55 degrees below the horizon
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