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1Placed or inclined at an angle to something else:‘he sent an angled shot into the net’
crossways, crosswise, from corner to corner, slanting, slanted, aslant, slant, slantwise, sloping, oblique, inclined, inclining, tilted, tilting, angled, at an angle, cornerwiseView synonyms
- ‘Elizabeth's sampler includes an unusual angled view of a brick house with a side porch, rear wing, and multiple doors.’
- ‘There is a zoom feature available, and occasionally, the camera changes overhead, or angled view, but your path is still linear.’
- ‘Gordon Laing did manage a consolation try late in the second half with a wonderful piece of angled running.’
- ‘Mike Forshaw sealed the game with two late tries, the first following up a deft Lowes grubber and the second a neat angled run after collecting a pass from Shontayne Hape.’
- ‘Now the room feels larger and lighter, thanks in part to the natural light reflecting off the angled ceiling and into the space.’
- ‘The first few minutes set up the story, after which you can wander about the small town of Dharm via an angled top-down view and chat to the various non-player characters.’
- ‘The angled view of the row housing creates a supple compositional backbone, throwing into the foreground the damaged wall that lets in the weather.’
- ‘But it took Barcelona only four minutes to get back on level terms thanks to a sharp angled drive from Spanish international Gerard.’
- ‘Both of these spectacular homes feature angled walls that allow panoramic views across enormous and inviting backyard patios.’
- ‘Curran was forced to tip away Keith Carty's angled lob after 30 seconds and later watched as Sean Dorrian's 15th minute rasper fizzed over his crossbar.’
- ‘Raith responded 18 minutes after the break when substitute Paul McManus' angled shot was helped over the goal-line by Colin Boylan.’
- ‘For an angled endoscope, the direction of view is the tip of the image with respect to the endoscope shaft.’
- ‘Just seconds into the second half, Emmet Doherty fisted on a delivery from outfield into the path of Jacko Kiely and his brilliantly taken angled shot billowed the net.’
- ‘Connelly broke through again and slipped a clever pass for Lovenkrands, whose run took him past Sutton, but his angled shot was disappointingly wide.’
- ‘I have experienced countless discussions on the subject of square cuts versus angled cuts when pruning.’
- ‘In the period after the interval their methodical probing of the Hibs rearguard continued and Alex Burns should have done more than blaze wide of the target when presented with an inviting, angled opening.’
- ‘The Connemara ponies settled in and seemed surefooted in sharp, jumbled rocks, deep mud and steep angled inclines and declines.’
- ‘The closest I came to an accident all day was pulling out of an angled T-junction without being afforded a proper view of the road.’
- ‘Moments later he was narrowly wide with his angled shot from close range before Sean Daly made it 0-8 to 0-4 for Lismore.’
- ‘On the street side of the building, an angled pair of windows juts out from the second story in the sole, subtle hint of what's to come.’
- 1.1[in combination] Having an angle or angles of a specified type or number:‘a right-angled bend’
2(of information) presented so as to reflect a particular view or to have a particular focus:‘angled views on dancing’
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