The act of tilting or the condition of being tilted.
To cause(a ship)to lean to one side;tilt.
There's a warp in this table top.
the oblique case
间接格,vi.1. 倾斜,歪斜,n.[C]1. 倾斜物;斜角;斜线,2. 【解】斜肌
E was kind of zig-zagging across the pavement, and I bumps into 'im accidental-like.
and, indeed, before Christmas reared clean out of its crazy frame.
Trousers were all warped and frayed at the bottom and coats worn and faded.
On the perfectly good gilt-flecked fan was the following poem written askew with a fountain pen in purple ink:
Some nine or ten lines of writing in Julia's uneven and sprawling handwriting came below.
and blown sheer out of their course in trying to get zigzag back.
He leant aslant against the wall.
The venetian blinds hung askew and admitted a triangle of white light, the shadow of the foreman's hand moving into it.
The runaway bus careened down the hill and brought up against a building
The precipitous cliff of the monstrous Harbaqik Mountain looks like a crooked front tooth bared and projected to a great length.
Written on the side of the box in crayon, with five-year-old hands, in letters that did not match and leaned to one side, was the name "Erick".
Fortunately, he fancied that Dantès was delirious;
A certain man was seen to reel into Mr. Twain's hotel last night in a state of beastly intoxication.
The white stone building is sinking, or leaning, on one side.