Obliquely over or across: lay the paddle aslant the gunwales. (preposition)
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Use "aslant" in a sentence
"In Behind the Scenes at the Museum, a young girl happily cavorts in front of the TV screen broadcasting Elizabeth II's coronation; the moment simultaneously registers a shift in how the English experience their own history and a comical awareness of how "aslant" these experiences might prove to be."
"For years, people would look aslant at me, when I would make that statement."
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