obliquate

transitive verb
-ed/-ing/-s

Definition of obliquate 

obsolete

: to turn or bend aside or to one side

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Other words from obliquate

obliquation noun plural -s obsolete

History and Etymology for obliquate

Latin obliquatus, past participle of obliquare to bend aside, turn aside, from obliquus oblique

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