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Spell check of oblique

Correct spelling: oblique

imply, crazy, uneven, listing, sloping, parry, skewed, obscure, kitty-corner, awry, kitty-cornered, vertical, ridged, raked, winding, anfractuous, cosine, vague, asymmetrical, biased, obtuse, beveled, get at, sloped, crooked, tilted, perpendicular, continuous, slanted, tipping, hedge, catercorner, bias, skirt, cata-cornered, straight, canted, strained, minute, catty-corner, oblique case, external oblique muscle, orthogonal, cater-cornered, roundabout, diagonal, irregular, zigzag, lopsided, pitched, bent, atilt, degree, askance, serpentine, cos, sideways, slantwise, cock-a-hoop, indirect, tilting, convey, aslant, graded, circular, cotangent, linear, inclined, catacorner, bevelled, circuitous, skew, askew, median, intimate, evade, obliqueness, crabwise, longitudinal, cockeyed, nonparallel, leaning, turned, off-kilter, tortuous, solid, cant, devious, catty-cornered, twisted, slanting, parallel, shifty.

level, nominative, orthogonal, collateral, regular, ordered, horizontal, up-and-down, right, balanced, rectangular, nominative case, vertical, nonintersecting, plumb, nonconvergent, normal, symmetrical, even, perpendicular, uniform, orderly, straight, antiparallel, subject case, parallel, direct.

Examples of usage:

1) He crossed over and took an oblique view of the windows behind the trees of the garden. - "Command", William McFee.

2) The eye is sometimes oblique; the opening generally narrow. - "The Ethnology of the British Colonies and Dependencies", Robert Gordon Latham.

3) In other words, there is the oblique eye, so much considered in the Chinese physiognomy. - "The Ethnology of the British Colonies and Dependencies", Robert Gordon Latham.