|slanting, inclined, oblique||sloping|
|(Aviation) backward slope of an airplane wing created by having the outer section of the wing downstream from the inner section, backward-slanting aircraft wing||sweepback|
|allowing for degree of imperfection, inclined to forgive, pardoning, tending to forgive||forgiving|
|angle, angle; sloping edge, bevel square, cut a sloping edge; slant, make slanting edge, tool||bevel|
|angled position, be or set something at an angle, biased perspective, cause something to have a particular appeal, inclined, sloping, oblique, point of view, present with bias, running play, slant, slanting, slanty, slope, tilt; cause to slope; make bi...||slant|
|argumentatively, combatively, in the manner of being inclined to dispute||quarrelsomely|
|at an angle, in an oblique manner; diagonally; indirectly||obliquely|
|at an angle, obliquely, in a slanting direction, sloping, inclined||slantwise|
|attic, room or storage area under a roof; upper story of a factory or warehouse; gallery in a church; hayloft, elevated room in house, hit ball high, keep in loft, roof space, slanting angle on golf club, thickness of fabric, throw or hit something hig...||loft|
|backhand side, backhanded stroke, backhandedly, catch made on backhand side, contact ball with backhand, handwriting sloping leftward, hit somebody with back of hand, letters slanting to the left; stroke in tennis, with back of hand toward ball||backhand|
|based on guesswork, deduced by guesswork, hypothetical, inclined to speculate||conjectural|
|be generally inclined or likely, be in charge of something, be inclined, be disposed; care for, watch over; nurse; service customers, give attention to somebody or something, move gradually or slightly toward something, serve somebody, take care of som...||tend|
|bend, bend (Past participle), corrupt, crosswise support, curved, determined, grass of temperate regions, grass stalk, inclination, tendency; aptitude, natural talent; partiality, fondness, inclined; corrupt; crazy; gay, homosexual; determined, natural...||bent|
|careful and painstaking, inclined to study, scholarly, characterized by devotion to study; earnest, diligent; deliberate||studious|
|causing tumors, causing tumors; relating to formation of tumor; inclined to cause tumors||oncogenic|
|center of gravity of a floating body in reference to the center of buoyancy when the body is at equilibrium and when the floating body is inclined (Naval Architecture), intersection of buoyancy lines||metacenter|
|characterized by disagreement, inclined to disagree, polemic, contentious, fond of arguing||argumentative|
|coming in bursts, inclined to act on sudden urges, rash, hasty; acting on impulse; spontaneous, short and percussive||impulsive|
|control over somebody, hoist something, influence, lean over, move back and forth, swing to and fro; lean in a certain direction; be inclined toward, be sympathetic to; hesitate; cause to swing; influence, affect the opinion or actions of, move gracefu...||sway|
|cursory examination, glint of light, glint or shine, look quickly, look quickly; shine, gleam; bounce off, strike at an angle, make a cursory examination, oblique strike, passing mention, quick look, brief glance; gleam, flash; deflection, rebound, str...||glance|
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