One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘he felt as though the floor was beginning to slant’
slope, tilt, incline, be at an angle, angle, tip, cant, be askew, skew, lean, dip, pitch, shelve, list, bank, heel
2‘it doesn't automatically follow that their findings will be slanted in favour of their own beliefs’
bias, distort, twist, skew, colour, weight, spin, angle, orient, give a slant to, give a bias to
1‘the slant of the roof’
slope, incline, tilt, ramp, gradient, pitch, angle, rake, cant, camber, skew, leaning, inclination, shelving, listing
2‘some of the essays have a feminist slant’
point of view, viewpoint, standpoint, stance, angle, perspective, approach, view, opinion, attitude, position, frame of reference
bias, leaning, partiality, prejudice, twist, bent
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