noun, plural o·bliq·ui·ties.
Origin of obliquity
Related Words for obliquitousbackhanded, vague, fraudulent, duplicitous, wily, deceitful, sneaky, shrewd, insidious, insincere, sly, calculating, underhanded, collateral, roundabout, circular, oblique, straying, circuitous, devious
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Obliquitous, oblivious of distinction between right and wrong.The Slang Dictionary
John Camden Hotten
noun plural -ties
early 15c., from Middle French obliquité (14c.), from Latin obliquitatem (nominative obliquitas) "slanting direction, obliquity," noun of quality from obliquus (see oblique).