Part of speech:
To squint, pucker, or contort
To appear to be; seem
(Gram.) Designating a modifier, as an adverb, that can be interpreted as modifying either the preceding or the following part of the construction in which it appears (Ex.: often in “those who lie often are found out”); also, designating the construction itself
To become open
To be only partially visible, as if peering or emerging from hiding:
To peer slyly or secretly; take a hasty, furtive look
A form of strabismus in which one or both of the eyes deviate inward.
To stare with bulging or wide-open eyes
To come out or show slightly; come partly into sight
(Intransitive) To walk obliquely; to go sidling; to lie or move obliquely.
To deviate from the horizontal or vertical; slant:
Lean is defined as to incline, bend or rest on.
To incline or turn from a direct line or course, esp. one that is perpendicular or level; slope
Tend is defined as to proceed in a direction or be inclined to do something.
A preference or an inclination, especially one that inhibits impartial judgment.
The definition of disposition is a tendency.
An inclination, tendency, or preference.
A state of being predisposed; a tendency, inclination, or susceptibility.
A natural propensity or inclination; a predisposition:
A definite purpose or point of view in something said or written
A characteristic mood, style, or habit; a natural inclination:
An abnormal condition in which the eyes are turned toward each other; convergent strabismus; esotropia
A way or means of reaching something; an access:
(Usually plural) Something that a person likes (prefers).
Looking with narrowed or squinting eyes.
So as to slant; sloping.
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