Tuesday, 5 July 2011



–verb (used without object)
1. to veer or angle away from a given level or line, especially from a horizontal; slope.
2. to have or be influenced by a subjective point of view, bias, personal feeling or inclination, etc. (usually followed by "towards").
–verb (used with object)
3. to cause to slope.
4. to distort (information) by rendering it unfaithfully or incompletely, especially in order to reflect a particular viewpoint.
5. to write, edit, or publish for the interest or amusement of a specific group of readers.
6. slanting or oblique direction; slope.
7. a slanting line, surface, etc.
8. virgule.
9. a mental leaning, bias, or distortion.
10.viewpoint; opinion; attitude.
11.Informal . a glance or look.
12.Also called angle. Journalism . the particular mood or vein in which something is written, edited, or published.
13.Football .
a. an offensive play in which the ball-carrier runs toward the line of scrimmage at an angle.
b. Also called slant-in. a pass pattern in which a receiver cuts diagonally across the middle of the field.
14. sloping; oblique

Slanted sun light
Discovering veins and fractures
Turning frail colours

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