slant toward

slant something toward someone or something

 and slant something in favor of someone or something
to bias something toward someone or something; to twist information so it favors someone or something. The writer slanted the story toward the plaintiff's charges. The reporter slanted her story in favor of one political party.
See also: slant, toward

slant toward someone or something

to incline toward someone or something. The scenery slanted toward the actors and looked as if it would fall. Everything in your sketch slants toward the right.
See also: slant, toward
References in classic literature ?
Close-hauled on the south-east trades, the Mary Turner began her long slant toward the Marquesas.
It is common for the grade under decks to be sunken or slant toward the house.
The ultimate aim being for NEDA to transform their brand to become synonymous with the go to source for knowledge and information news related to economic development, with a slant toward issues facing the northeast.
After Caller Insults Morsi, Radio Host Investigated for Defamation Egypt Independent is an independent newspaper which generally maintains a slant toward liberalism and away from the Islamist trend.
Eighty percent of respondents think President Clinton's healthcare reforms, and particularly their slant toward managed competition, will speed IT advances in healthcare.
The region is now at a juncture, with the renewed launch of western-Iranian negotiations; if things move toward a settlement with Iran, then this settlement will be constructed at a time in which Syria has yet to exit its poor ties with the west, due to its slant toward Iran.
A Friday the 13th excursion focuses on victims of bad luck; three tours before Halloween slant toward the creepy, like the story of a woman who lived for three days after an ax blow to the head--and took her murderer's name to her grave.
According to the author, the book has a definite slant toward DSL as the broadband access network of choice.
Based strongly on primary sources and written with a conscious slant toward theorizing, Formation Of The Modern State challenges readers to rethink their most common assumptions about the Ottoman Empire and its lasting contribution to world history.
Summer will begin on June 21 in the Northern Hemisphere, when the North Pole has its greatest slant toward the sun.
Blade rears that slant toward the tip from the rear.
News organizations are composed of journalists who are supposed to give the news as it really is, not with a slant toward one side or the other.
We further were disconcerted to find the ceiling was on a slow slant toward intersecting the horizon.
This slant toward "indigenous" religions infuses UNESCO's Internet curriculum, entitled Teaching and Learning for a Sustamable Future.
Johnson, has almost always faced criticism about its heavy slant toward music videos and away from news programming.