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- adv. in an oblique manner; sideways
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In an oblique manner; not directly; indirectly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an oblique manner or direction; not directly; slantingly; indirectly.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. at an oblique angle
- adv. to, toward or at one side
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He uses the term obliquely, though, speaking in code. socialist code.
He uses the term obliquely, though, speaking in code, socialist code.
He uses the term obliquely, though, speaking in code - socialist code.
That mouthful of a title obliquely refers to a small business grants program it would establish to help bodegas stock produce and market healthy items, as well as funding local education campaigns to spur purchases.
Riccitiello had previously hinted at the title obliquely in a July VentureBeat interview, saying "Go look at Dead Space and imagine playing that game with a wand and ...
However, in obliquely making this point Mr. Klein unwittingly points to a flaw in the measurement of administrative efficiency.
And sex comes in obliquely too, with the doctors and babies and ladies with their alligator bags.
V-wheel, was straining obliquely from the right with the shackle and rope attached to it.
Always count on to turn in some dreamy, three-quarter Randian pseudo-futurist pseudo-profundity that might slip in three or four talking points obliquely, that is.