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Anschauung, aberrancy, aberration, across, action, aim, anagnorisis, angle, angle of vision, angularity, animus, approach, aptitude, architectonics, architecture, argument, ascend, aslant, aslope, aspect, athwart, atilt, atmosphere, attitude, background, bank, basis, belie, bend, bendwise, bent, bevel, beveled, bias, biased, biaswise, blink, branching off, burlesque, camber, camouflage, cant, canting, careen, careening, caricature, cast, catastrophe, catercorner, catercornered, character, characterization, circuitousness, climb, color, complication, concentrate, configuration, constitution, continuity, contrivance, corner, crook, crossways, crosswise, curve, cut, cut across, cut crosswise, declination, decline, deflection, denouement, departure, descend, design, detour, development, deviance, deviancy, deviate, deviation, device, deviousness, diagonal, diagonalize, diathesis, digression, dip, direct, direction, discursion, disguise, disposition, distort, divagation, divarication, diverge, divergence, diversion, dogleg, double, dress up, drift, drifting, drop, eccentricity, effect, eidolon, embellish, embroider, episode, errantry, exaggerate, excursion, excursus, exorbitation, eye, fable, facet, fall, fall away, fall off, falling action, falsify, fashion, feature, figure, flash, focus, footing, form, frame of reference, framework, fudge, garble, gestalt, gild, gimmick, glance, glimpse, gloss, gloss over, go downhill, go uphill, grade, gradient, grain, guise, hairpin, half an eye, heel, idea, idiosyncrasy, image, imago, impression, incident, inclination, inclinational, inclinatory, incline, inclined, inclining, indirection, individualism, influence, keel, kidney, kittycorner, lean, leaning, leaning tower, light, likeness, line, lineaments, list, listing, local color, look, make, makeup, manner, mask, mental outlook, mental set, mettle, mind, mind-set, miscite, miscolor, misconstrue, misdirect, misinterpret, misquote, misrender, misreport, misrepresent, misstate, misteach, misuse, mold, mood, motif, movement, mythos, nature, oblique, oblique angle, oblique figure, oblique line, obliquely, obliquity, one-sidedness, orient, out of plumb, out of square, outlook, overdraw, overstate, parody, partiality, peek, peep, pererration, peripeteia, pervert, phase, phasis, pitch, pitched, place, plan, plot, point, point of view, position, predilection, predisposition, preference, prejudice, proclivity, propensity, quick sight, rake, raking, rambling, ramp, rapid glance, recline, recognition, recumbent, reference, reference system, regard, respect, retreat, rhomboid, rise, rising action, scheme, scratch comma, secondary plot, seeming, semblance, separatrix, set, shape, sheer, shelve, shelving, shelvy, shift, shifting, shifting course, shifting path, side, sideling, sidelong, sideways, sidewise, sidle, sight, simulacrum, situation, skew, slant across, slanted, slanting, slantingly, slantways, slantwise, slash, slash across, slaunchways, slope, sloped, sloping, solidus, splay, spoon-feed, squiz, stamp, stand, standpoint, story, strain, straying, streak, stripe, structure, style, subject, subplot, swag, sway, sweep, swerve, swerving, swinging, switch, system, tack, temper, temperament, tendency, thematic development, theme, thwart, tilt, tilted, tilting, tip, tipped, tipping, tipsy, titivate, tone, topic, torture, total effect, tower of Pisa, train, transverse, travesty, trick out, turn, turn of mind, turning, twist, type, understate, universe, uprise, variation, varnish, veer, view, viewpoint, virgule, wandering, warp, weight, whitewash, wink, wise, wrench, yaw, zigzag

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