[ US /ˈæŋɡəɫ/ ]
[ UK /ˈæŋɡəl/ ]
[ UK /ˈæŋɡəl/ ]
present with a bias
He biased his presentation so as to please the share holders
to incline or bend from a vertical position
She leaned over the banister
- fish with a hook
fish for compliments
move or proceed at an angle
he angled his way into the room
- a biased way of looking at or presenting something
- the space between two lines or planes that intersect; the inclination of one line to another; measured in degrees or radians
How To Use angle In A Sentence
- Assuming that 15 pound breaking strain line is used, an angler using monofilament might have to use a six or eight ounce sinker and use a 20 lb class rod to carry that sinker weight.
- In the receding angle below the chin is the hyoid bone, and the finger can be carried along the bone to the tip of the greater cornu, which is on a level with the angle of the mandible: the greater cornu is most readily appreciated by making pressure on one side, when the cornu of the opposite side will be rendered prominent and can be felt distinctly beneath the skin. XII. Surface Anatomy and Surface Markings. 1. Surface Anatomy of the Head and Neck
- It was a simple rectangle of crudely mounded basalt rocks, a distinctive arrangement reminiscent of the way Samoans and other Polynesians marked their dead in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
- Fly fishers in the salt water environment need something entirely different to their freshwater counterpart on the chalk stream, as does the angler who fishes big reservoirs.
- The lower opening is formed by the twelfth thoracic vertebra behind, by the eleventh and twelfth ribs at the sides, and in front by the cartilages of the tenth, ninth, eighth, and seventh ribs, which ascend on either side and form an angle, the subcostal angle, into the apex of which the xiphoid process projects. II. Osteology. 4. The Thorax
- He gave geometrical solutions to doubling a cube and trisecting an angle in this book.
- All the love triangles that went on'). Times, Sunday Times
- Some houses were reduced to neat rectangles of foot-high rubble.
- The ensuing grassroots campaign failed to save "embrangle" (to confuse or entangle) and "caliginosity" (dimness, darkness). Jezebel
- Such an approach not only allows the authors to discuss the work from many different angles, but allows them to do so without implying that the practical quandaries in The Angel of History can be reduced to a simple meaning.