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[ɐskjˈuː], [ɐskjˈuː], [ɐ_s_k_j_ˈuː]

Synonyms for Askew:

oblique (adjective)

aslant, bevelled, diagonal, inclined, leaning, oblique, skewed, slanted, tilted, zigzag.

Other synonyms and related words:

Cam, Cornerwise, Tilting, aberrant, abroad, absurd, adrift, agee, agee-jawed, agley, all abroad, all off, all wrong, amiss, anamorphous, angled, angling, angrily, apart, aside, asinine, askance, askant, askewgee, asquint, astray, asymmetric, asymmetrical, at an angle, at fault, athwart, atilt, away, awry, bad, bandy, banked, banking, bend, bent, beside the mark, bloated, bow kneed, bowed, buckled, bunch backed, cambered, camel backed, canted, canting, catawampous, catawamptious, catawampus, change form, change shape, cock-eyed, cockeyed, color, colour, contort, contorted, convolute, convulsed, corrupt, crabbily, crazy, criminal, crocked, crook backed, crooked, crookedly, crossly, crump, crumpled, crunched, curious, curved, deceptive, deface, defective, deflect, deflective, deform, deformed, delusive, depraved, deranged, deviant, deviational, deviative, diagonally, disarranged, discomfited, discomposed, disconcerted, disfigure, disfigured, dislocated, disordered, disorderly, disorganised, disorganized, distort, distorted, disturbed, divergent, diverging, dumb, edgewise, errant, erring, erroneous, extort, fallacious, false, falsify, faultful, faulty, flawed, fool, foolish, garble, gaunt, gnarled, gouge, grimace, grotesque, grouchily, grumpily, hare-brained, harelipped, haywire, heretical, heterodox, hump backed, idiotic, ill-made, illogical, illusory, imbecilic, imprecise, improper, in disorder, in error, inaccurate, inappropriate, inclining, incorrect, indirect, indirectly, inexact, irrational, irregular, irregularly, knotted, labyrinthine, laterally, laughable, loaded, loony, lop-sided, lopsided, lopsidedly, ludicrous, mad, make faces, meaningless, misbegotten, misplaced, misproportioned, misshapen, mistaken, monstrous, moronic, nonsensical, nonsymmetric, not right, not straight, not true, nutty, obliquely, odd, off, off the beam, off the track, off-center, off-centre, off-kilter, offset, on one side, on the fritz, on the skew, one side, one-sided, out, out of gear, out of joint, out of kelter, out of kilter, out of order, out of place, out of shape, out of whack, peccant, peculiar, perturbed, perverse, perverted, petulantly, pie-eyed, precarious, preposterous, raggedly, rickety, ridiculous, roily, roughly, scalene, screw up, screwball, screwy, self-contradictory, senseless, shaky, short, shuffled, sideways, sidewise, silly, simous, skew, skew-jawed, skew-whiff, slanting, slantwise, slaunchways, sloping, sloshed, soused, splay footed, sprung, squinting, strange, straying, stumpy, sullenly, taliped, talipedic, the left, the right, thin, tipping, to one side, topsy-turvey, tortuous, transverse, transversely, turbid, turbulent, turned, twisted, unbalanced, unequal, unequally, uneven, unevenly, unfactual, unjust, unorthodox, unproved, unsettled, unstable, unsymmetric, unsymmetrical, untrue, upset, very drunk, wamper-jawed, warped, wet, wide, wobbly, wonky, writhed, writhen, wrong, wry, yaw-ways.

Rhymes for Askew:

  1. hew, blue, screw, zoo, yue, lu, pu, slew, strew, moo, ru, dew, do, spew, crew, few, queue, gu, two, view, chew, ku, blew, sioux, loo, bleu, clue, chou, pew, shrew, grew, new, u, shew, rue, sue, coup, jew, hue, shoo, thew, who, shoe, coo, yew, skew, drew, threw, gnu, true, boo, wu, woo, mew, zhou, cue, flu, too, due, stew, lieu, knew, brew, goo, through, glue, flue;
  2. eschew, babu, review, cebu, baku, fondue, unglue, ado, withdrew, peru, ague, debut, miscue, pursue, subdue, anew, wahoo, taboo, ensue, canoe, undo, imbue, outdo, redo, construe, bamboo, renew, untrue, undue, adieu, accrue, tatu, revue;
  3. kangaroo, hitherto, misconstrue, iou, overthrew, depardieu, overdo, overdue, katmandu;
  4. hullabaloo;

Quotes for Askew:

  1. Beware thoughts that come in the night. They aren't turned properly; they come in askew free of sense and restriction, deriving from the most remote of sources. William Trogdon.