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aslant

[ uh-slant, uh-slahnt ]
/ əˈslænt, əˈslɑnt /
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adverb
at a slant; slantingly; obliquely.
adjective
slanting or on a slant; oblique.
preposition
slantingly across; athwart.
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Origin of aslant

1250–1300; Middle English on slont, on slent on slope, at a slant
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British Dictionary definitions for aslant

aslant
/ (əˈslɑːnt) /

adverb
at a slant
preposition
at a slant across or athwart
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