His hat, aslant over his brow, and took a pose on his toes for all of us.
In place-names it may generally be translated by 'sloping' or 'aslant;' sometimes by 'awry' or 'tortuous.'
They eyed him aslant as they worked, for visitors were rare occurrences.
So these quartzites are aslant, and though of great geologic thickness, they make but 800 feet of the wall.
aslant the face, with gratuitous blasphemy, the crown of thorns was tilted.
He cocked his head, and eyed me aslant, the suspicion in his eyes confirming the existence of the mystery I scented.
The sun's rays, while striking us aslant, furnished tranquil warmth.
The ink was faded and brown and the name almost illegible so that he had to turn it aslant to follow the faint tracery.
The walls themselves were aslant under a dizzy careening to starboard.
The pale winter sunlight was stealing in aslant through the low windows.