aslant

[ uh-slant, uh-slahnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF aslant

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He withdrew it from his hatband, where he always wore it aslant like a feather.

They eyed him aslant as they worked, for visitors were rare occurrences.

Aslant the face, with gratuitous blasphemy, the crown of thorns was tilted.

The sun's rays, while striking us aslant, furnished tranquil warmth.

The walls themselves were aslant under a dizzy careening to starboard.

Roast it, then cut off the fillets and cut them aslant and flatten them.

Joe twisted his mustache, eyed her aslant and took the plunge.

He turned the glass so that the sun shown on it aslant and threw a glare toward her.

The late afternoon sun shone in aslant through the western window, like a wide bar of gold.

Water-swept and aslant, it was preferable to the noisome, rat-haunted dungeons which served as cabins.

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