Thesaurus / askew

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Captain Askew could scarcely understand the account he heard.
WASHED ASHOREW.H.G. KINGSTON
When a child receives more than a wife, the family is askew.
T. DE WITT TALMAGET. DE WITT TALMAGE
“Well, this knocks my plans all askew,” remarked the commander of the Modoc, when the boys came on deck.
Their hopes ran high, but presently one of the four—Askew by name—sickened and died of fever.
THE PEOPLE OF THE MISTH. RIDER HAGGARD
The fact is, Dr. Askew's sale has been considered a sort of era in bibliography.
BIBLIOMANIA; OR BOOK-MADNESSTHOMAS FROGNALL DIBDIN
But, alas, one of the class must needs come to the blackboard and set my askew diagram in the right relations.
THE STORY OF CHAUTAUQUAJESSE LYMAN HURLBUT
Her usual condition was dishevelled, her face was all askew, and when she dressed up she looked like a valentine.
Whicher sought them and Whicher died; Askew would surrender them, and 124 he, too, perished on his own threshold.
Her hat was askew, her brown hair disheveled, and her brown eyes full of tears, which were coursing freely down her cheeks.
At the Askew sale the King's purchases did not exceed £300, and the items were almost exclusively editions of the classics.

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