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See definition of obliqueness on Dictionary.com
  • as inslope
  • as inevasion

synonyms for obliqueness

  • hill
  • ramp
  • shelf
  • abruptness
  • bank
  • bend
  • bevel
  • bias
  • cant
  • declination
  • declivity
  • deflection
  • descent
  • deviation
  • diagonal
  • downgrade
  • gradient
  • inclination
  • incline
  • lean
  • leaning
  • obliquity
  • pitch
  • rise
  • skew
  • steepness
  • swag
  • sway
  • tip
  • rising ground
  • prevarication
  • slip
  • artifice
  • pretext
  • ditch
  • lie
  • trickery
  • routine
  • dodge
  • evasiveness
  • excuse
  • sophism
  • cunning
  • equivocation
  • shift
  • ruse
  • trick
  • stall
  • sophistry
  • quibble
  • subterfuge
  • circumvention
  • run-around
  • stonewall
  • dodging
  • shunning
  • shuffling
  • jive
  • elusion
  • cop-out
  • eschewal
  • evading
  • fancy footwork
  • fugiviteness
  • fugivity
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antonyms for obliqueness

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  • upgrade
  • evenness
  • level
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How to use obliqueness in a sentence

They were long, true, but set squarely, and with just the slightest hint of obliqueness that was all for piquancy.
THE JACKET (THE STAR-ROVER)JACK LONDON
An examination of the mouth showed a slight obliqueness of the palate, and the mucous membrane was rather pale.
CRIMINAL MANGINA LOMBROSO-FERRERO
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WORDS RELATED TO OBLIQUENESS

  • artifice
  • circumvention
  • cop-out
  • cunning
  • ditch
  • dodge
  • dodging
  • elusion
  • equivocation
  • eschewal
  • evading
  • evasiveness
  • excuse
  • fancy footwork
  • fugiviteness
  • fugivity
  • jive
  • lie
  • obliqueness
  • pretext
  • prevarication
  • quibble
  • routine
  • run-around
  • ruse
  • shift
  • shuffling
  • shunning
  • slip
  • sophism
  • sophistry
  • stall
  • stonewall
  • subterfuge
  • trick
  • trickery
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.