Origin of skewing
Definition for skewing (2 of 2)
verb (used without object)
verb (used with object)
Origin of skew
Related formsun·skewed, adjective
Can be confusedskew skewer
Examples from the Web for skewing
Now Cantlie appears to accuse the Western media of skewing coverage of the month-long siege.
The older group smoked more, had more strokes and heart attacks and in all ways was inferior, resulting in a skewing of the data.
Labor unions have long been a strong political force in Michigan, skewing heavily toward Democrats.Michigan Labor Vows 2014 Revenge for Snyder’s Right-to-Work Law|Jay Scott Smith|December 12, 2012|DAILY BEAST
“You think of text as skewing to a younger demographic—which is true,” Manis explained in a phone call Tuesday afternoon.
"Here is something to make you a winter dress," said I, skewing her the silk.
Calm yourself, and don't be afraid of my skewing you any violence; that would suit your game too well.
British Dictionary definitions for skewing
- composed of or being elements that are neither parallel nor intersecting as, for example, two lines not lying in the same plane in a three-dimensional space
- (of a curve) not lying in a plane