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Verb (used without object)

to veer or angle away from a given level or line, esp. from a horizontal; slope.
to have or be influenced by a subjective point of view, bias, personal feeling or inclination, etc. (usually fol. by toward ).

Verb (used with object)

to cause to slope.
to distort (information) by rendering it unfaithfully or incompletely, esp. in order to reflect a particular viewpoint
He slanted the news story to discredit the Administration.
to write, edit, or publish for the interest or amusement of a specific group of readers
a story slanted toward young adults.


slanting or oblique direction; slope
the slant of a roof.
a slanting line, surface, etc.
a mental leaning, bias, or distortion
His mind shows a curious slant.
viewpoint; opinion; attitude
Let him give you his slant.
Informal . a glance or look.
Also called angle. Journalism . the particular mood or vein in which something is written, edited, or published
His column always has a humorous slant.
Football .
an offensive play in which the ball-carrier runs toward the line of scrimmage at an angle.
Also called slant-in. a pass pattern in which a receiver cuts diagonally across the middle of the field.
Also called slant-eye
/ ?slænt?a? , ?sl?nt?a? / Show Spelled Pronunciation [ slant -ahy , slahnt -ahy ] Show IPA Pronunciation . Slang
Disparaging and Offensive an Oriental person, esp. a Chinese or Japanese.


sloping; oblique
a slant roof; a slant approach.


evenness , level
even , level , leave alone , maintain


camber , cant , declination , diagonal , grade , gradient , inclination , incline , lean , leaning , pitch , rake , ramp , tilt , angle , attitude , bias , direction , emphasis , judgment , one-sidedness , outlook , point of view , predilection , predisposition , prejudice , prepossession , sentiment , side , standpoint , view , viewpoint , heel , list , slope , tip , eye , vantage
aim , bank , beam , bend , bevel , cant , decline , descend , deviate , direct , diverge , grade , heel , incline , lean , level , lie obliquely , list , point , skew , splay , swerve , tilt , tip , train , veer , angle , bias , color , concentrate , focus , influence , orient , prejudice , twist , warp , weight , rake , slope , squint , trend , aside , band , diagonal , distort , glance , opinion , pitch , sideways , turn , view , viewpoint , virgule

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  • Slanted

    having an oblique or slanted direction[syn: aslant ], favoring one person or side over another; "a biased account of the trial"; "a decision that...
  • Slanting

    having an oblique or slanted direction[syn: aslant ], adjective, beveled , biased , diagonal , oblique , slanted
  • Slantways

    aslant; obliquely., slanting; oblique.
  • Slantwise

    aslant; obliquely., slanting; oblique.
  • Slap

    a sharp blow or smack, esp. with the open hand or with something flat., a sound made by or as if by such a blow or smack, a sharply worded or sarcastic...
  • Slap-bang

    slam-bang., directly or immediately; "it hit slap-bang in the middle", in a violent or sudden or noisy manner; "the pans fell slam-bang and woke the whole...
  • Slap-up

    excellent; first-rate, a slap -up do .
  • Slap happy

    severely befuddled; punch-drunk, agreeably giddy or foolish, cheerfully irresponsible, a slaphappy boxer ., after a martini he was slaphappy ., a slaphappy...
  • Slapdash

    in a hasty, haphazard manner, hasty and careless; offhand, adjective, he assembled the motor slapdash ., a slapdash answer ., clumsy , haphazard , hasty...
  • Slapjack

    a simple card game., a flapjack or griddlecake.
  • Slapping

    a sharp blow or smack, esp. with the open hand or with something flat., a sound made by or as if by such a blow or smack, a sharply worded or sarcastic...
  • Slapstick

    broad comedy characterized by boisterous action, as the throwing of pies in actors' faces, mugging, and obvious farcical situations and jokes., a stick...
  • Slash

    to cut with a violent sweeping stroke or by striking violently and at random, as with a knife or sword., to lash; whip., to cut, reduce, or alter, to make...
  • Slashing

    a slash., sweeping; cutting., violent; severe, dashing; impetuous., vivid; flashing; brilliant., informal . very large or fine; splendid, adjective, a...
  • Slat

    a long thin, narrow strip of wood, metal, etc., used as a support for a bed, as one of the horizontal laths of a venetian blind, etc., aeronautics . a...
  • Slate

    a fine-grained rock formed by the metamorphosis of clay, shale, etc., that tends to split along parallel cleavage planes, usually at an angle to the planes...
  • Slater

    a person who lays slates, as for roofing.
  • Slating

    the act or work of covering something with slates., materials for roofing with slates.
  • Slattern

    a slovenly, untidy woman or girl., a slut; harlot., noun, baggage , hussy , jade , tart , tramp , wanton , wench , whore
  • Slatternliness

    slovenly and untidy., characteristic or suggestive of a slattern., in the manner of a slattern.
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