[ UK /əblˈɪkwɪti/ ]
- the presentation during labor of the head of the fetus at an abnormal angle
- the quality of being deceptive
How To Use obliquity In A Sentence
- The armour steel monocoque hull provides all round 360° protection against 7.62 mm armour piercing rounds at 0° obliquity.
- I find the combination of analysis and ardent obliquity in these writings very powerfully enabling.
- Surely this expresses, in part, Guest's anxiety about critics who were ill-disposed toward the beauty, elusive humor, and obliquity of her style.
- For it is not sin which he derives from his parents; at least, not sin in any sense which imports blame, but only some prejudice to the perfect harmony of this mold, some kind of pravity or obliquity which inclines him to evil. Christian Nurture.
- But the most profound effect over the long haul would be the changes in the earth's obliquity - the angle of its spin axis - which is stabilized by the moon's gravitational pull.
- To show a breach of duty it is not necessary to establish dishonesty, criminal conduct, personal obliquity or behaviour such as would warrant striking a solicitor off the roll.
- He likes the poem's blend of directness, ornateness and obliquity, unsurprisingly for an Ulsterman who is given to verbal opulence and is notoriously elusive in some of his opinions.
- Palmer's obliquity should not be misconstrued as cold blood, his hiddenness as hermeticism.
- A new graphical method based on the tangential obliquity criterion is proposed by using fundamentals of analytical geometry for distinguishing the stability of mechatronic transmission system.
- Abul Wafa determined accurately the obliquity of the ecliptic in 995 A.D. and calculated the variation in the moon's motion.