The Correct spelling is: oblique
Common misspellings of the word oblique are:
How do you spell oblique?. It is not
- Having a slanting or sloping direction, course, or position; inclined.
- Mathematics. Designating geometric lines or planes that are neither parallel nor perpendicular.
- Botany. Having sides of unequal length or form: an oblique leaf.
- Anatomy. Situated in a slanting position; not transverse or longitudinal: oblique muscles or ligaments.
- Indirect or evasive: oblique political maneuvers.
- Devious, misleading, or dishonest: gave oblique answers to the questions.
- Not direct in descent; collateral.
- Grammar. Designating any noun case except the nominative or the vocative.
adv. (Å-blÄ«k', É™-blÄ«k')
- An oblique thing, such as a line, direction, or muscle.
- Nautical. The act of changing course by less than 90Â°.
At an angle of 45Â°.
[Middle English, from Old French, from Latin oblÄ«quus.]obliquely oÂ·blique'ly adv.
obliqueness oÂ·blique'ness n.