Definitions of oblique

To
move
forward
to
the
right
or
left,
by
stepping
sideways.
An
oblique
angle,
an
angle
greater
or
less
than
a
right
angle.
An
oblique
plane,
a
plane
that
declines
from
the
zenith.
An
oblique
projection,
where
a
body
is
projected
in
a
line,
making
an
oblique
angle
with
the
horizontal
line.
An
oblique
sphere,
that
in
which
the
axis
of
the
earth
is
inclined
to
the
horizon
of
the
place.
An
oblique
case,
any
case
except
the
nominative.

To
deviate
from
a
perpendicular
line;
to
move
in
an
oblique
direction.

To
march
in
a
direction
oblique
to
the
line
of
the
column
or
platoon; 
formerly
accomplished
by
oblique
steps,
now
by
direct
steps,
the
men
half
facing
either
to
the
right
or
left.

any
grammatical
case
other
than
the
nominative

An
oblique
line.

Obliqueness.

Obiquity.

slanting
or
inclined
in
direction
or
course
or
position
neither
parallel
nor
perpendicular
nor
right
angular; "
the
oblique
rays
of
the
winter
sun"; "
acute
and
obtuse
angles
are
oblique
angles"; "
the
axis
of
an
oblique
cone
is
not
perpendicular
to
its
base"

a
diagonally
arranged
abdominal
muscle
on
either
side
of
the
torso

Not
erect
or
perpendicular;
neither
parallel
to,
nor
at
right
angles
from,
the
base;
slanting;
inclined.

Not
straightforward;
indirect;
obscure;
hence,
disingenuous;
underhand;
perverse;
sinister.

Not
direct
in
descent;
not
following
the
line
of
father
and
son;
collateral.

Not
horizontal
nor
perpendicular;
not
upright
nor
level;
slanting;
not
direct
or
straight
forward.

Slanting:
not
perpendicular:
not
parallel:
not
straightforward:
obscure: (
geom.)
not
a
right
angle: (
gram.)
denoting
any
case
except
the
nominative.

Slanting;
not
perpendicular,
not
parallel;
indirect.

Neither
perpendicular
nor
horizontal;
slanting;
sloping.

Evasive;
indirect.

Slanting;
neither
perpendicular
nor
parallel;
indirect;
sinister.

Deviating
from
a
right
line;
not
parallel;
aslant;
not
direct;
by
a
side
glance;
not
an
angle
of
90
degrees;
sinister;
applied
to
any
case
of
a
noun
not
the
nominative.

Placed
obliquely ;
certain
muscles ;
asymmetrical.
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