- adj. idiomatic Askew.
“I love the off-kilter rhyming and how it all seems non-sequitur and yet makes sense at the same time.”
“The eyes of the lead “actresses” are often oddly slanted, off-kilter in relation to each other.”
“What the listener gets are sparkling, tumbling songs such as “Nothing Left,” which opens with an ominous riff, adds an off-kilter slashing rhythm section and leaps into an infectious fist-pump chant before cascading into a brilliant chorus that contains an actual hook.”
“The lacklustre band name – picked because main members Neil and Sharon Finn formed Pajama Club while lounging in their jim-jams one night – is a terrible introduction to an unexpectedly off-kilter project by the Crowded House leader and his wife.”
“So is a prospective candidate with a slightly off-kilter appearance better off altering or embracing it?”
“The overall tone is "madcap," which does fit the off-kilter medical emergency side of it.”
“It takes a special kind of bravery to put forward a wedding cake that might be a little off-kilter, but truly reflects the new couple's sensibilities.”
“Of course, nerds are no stranger to "off-kilter," and their wedding cakes often reflect it.”
“The song begins with a guitar-backed "recitative" before launching into an off-kilter pseudo-waltz in 7/8 time.”
“I watched myself tilt my head and coyly smile in the bottom right corner of the chat window-the two off-kilter lamps in the room were casting an asymmetrical shadow over half my face.”
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