verb (used without object)
verb (used with object)
Words nearby skew
Origin of skew
OTHER WORDS FROM skewun·skewed, adjective
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH skewskew skewer
Examples from the Web for skews
And it skews our elections heavily toward certain states, as we know.
It skews younger and more female than sites such as eRobertParker.
The workforce now skews female, and men have been hit harder by the recession, forcing women into the breadwinner role.
The average U.S. congregation has been shedding men for years, and now skews 61% female and 39% male.
This is a most important feature because if your frame "skews" or twists you cannot keep it straight in the air.Flying Machines|W.J. Jackman and Thos. H. Russell
British Dictionary definitions for skews
- 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