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The synonyms of “Skewed” are: skew
Skewed as an Adjective
Definitions of "Skewed" as an adjective
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “skewed” as an adjective can have the following definitions:
- Having an oblique or slanting direction or position.
Synonyms of "Skewed" as an adjective (1 Word)
|skew||Neither parallel nor at right angles to a specified or implied line askew crooked.|
A skew angle.
Associations of "Skewed" (30 Words)
|angle||Move or be inclined at an angle.|
He angled his way into the room.
The plan went sadly askew.
|asymmetric||Characterized by asymmetry in the spatial arrangement or placement of parts or components.|
|asymmetrical||Having parts that fail to correspond to one another in shape, size, or arrangement; lacking symmetry.|
|awry||Turned or twisted to one side.|
I got the impression that something was awry.
|bend||Bend one s back forward from the waist on down.|
A bend in the river.
|bent||Used of the back and knees; stooped.|
He had a bent for it.
|crimp||A small connecting piece for crimping wires or lines together.|
Pliers will crimp wires together.
|crooked||Bent or twisted out of shape or out of place.|
|curve||Form an arch or curve.|
The vehicle rounded a curve.
|deviate||A person whose behavior deviates from what is acceptable especially in sexual behavior.|
Those who deviate from society s values.
|flex||The action or state of flexing.|
Flex a muscle.
|fold||An angular or rounded shape made by folding.|
The club folded earlier this year.
|garble||A garbled account or transmission.|
Upon winning a race a driver spews out a litany of commercial garble.
|irregular||A member of an irregular armed force that fights a stronger force by sabotage and harassment.|
His strong irregular features.
|kink||Form a curl curve or kink.|
The river kinks violently in a right angle.
|lean||Cause to lean to the side.|
A lean budget.
|lopsided||With one side lower or smaller than the other.|
A lopsided grin.
|oblique||An oblique muscle.|
Acute and obtuse angles are oblique angles.
|sideways||(of movement) at an angle.|
|slew||Of an electronic device undergo slewing.|
I was assaulted by the thump and slew of the van.
|stoop||Lower one’s moral standards so far as to do something reprehensible.|
I won t stoop to reading other people s mail.
|swerve||Divergence from a straight course imparted to a ball or other object, especially in soccer, cricket, or snooker.|
Do not make sudden swerves particularly around parked vehicles.
|turn||Turning or twisting around in place.|
He turned traitor.
|twist||A fine strong thread consisting of twisted strands of cotton or silk.|
It was soon time for the next twist of fate in his extraordinary career.
|unequal||A person or thing regarded as unequal to another in status or level.|
Two rooms of unequal size.
|uneven||Not level or smooth.|
Vaudeville waged an uneven battle against the church.
|warp||In weaving arrange yarn so as to form the warp of a piece of cloth.|
Wood has a tendency to warp.
|winding||The act of winding or twisting.|
A winding country road.
|wry||Bent to one side.|
With a wry Scottish wit.