Obliquity [noun]

Definition of Obliquity:

slant, tilt

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Sentence/Example of Obliquity:

The obliquity of vision of the European residents on all these points is extraordinary.

I repeated, a little astonished by this obliquity in a man customarily so direct.

Periodic changes in the form and obliquity of the earth's orbit.

Abbategnia decided the obliquity of the ecliptic to be 23 25.

They found the length of the year, and calculated the obliquity of the ecliptic.

Chaucer says the obliquity of the ecliptic, according to Ptolemy, was 23 50′.

In short, is the horse to be thus dismissed into obliquity, so to speak?

Variation in obliquity of the ecliptic; about 47″ in 100 years.

What utter heartlessness too, and what obliquity of moral vision does it exhibit.

It was then, my boy, that I discovered my error, and apologized for my obliquity of vision.