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slanted

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishslantedslant‧ed /ˈslɑːntɪd $ ˈslæn-/ adjective 🔊 🔊 1 UNFAIRproviding facts or information in a way that unfairly supports only one side of an argument or one opinion – used to show disapproval syn biasedslanted towards 🔊 The report was heavily slanted towards the city council’s version of events.2 HORIZONTALsloping 🔊 her slightly slanted eyes
Examples from the Corpus
slantedHer arguments are clearly slanted in favour of capital punishment, in spite of her religious convictions.In return Televisa provided slanted news coverage that helped keep the Institutional Revolutionary Party eternally in power.White will make a tough stand against slanted reporting.
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