- oblique sailing,
- oblique section,
- oblique triangle,
- oblique vein of left atrium,
- oblique-slip fault,
- obliquity of the ecliptic,
- obliterating endarteritis,
Origin of obliquely
Examples from the Web for obliquely
At the end of the meeting, Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein obliquely took Republicans to task.
He obliquely alluded to the classified program during his State of the Union address in January.
She has been linked on and off with rapper Kid Cudi, and has tweeted about him obliquely for months.Amanda Bynes Quits Hollywood: Behind Her Erratic Behavior|Jacob Bernstein|April 6, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The closest Obama came this week to criticizing Israel was to obliquely warn against “loose talk of war.”How the Obama Administration Has Changed Its Tune on Israel|Eli Lake|March 6, 2012|DAILY BEAST
To deploy the metaphor to describe a United Nations resolution that obliquely criticizes Israel is audacious.
Palpi short, stout, obtuse, obliquely ascending; third joint very small.
Presently he went to the window and regarded Mr. Rumbold obliquely.The History of Mr. Polly|H. G. Wells
He says that the cion should be cut, as much as possible, obliquely across the pith, so that it may be exposed on one side only.The Nut Culturist|Andrew S. Fuller
It is necessary that the ends of the tubes should be cut off obliquely.Secrets of Wise Men, Chemists and Great Physicians|William K. David
Rhombic, Rhomboidal, Somewhat lozenge-shaped; obliquely four-sided.