angle off

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angle off

To move at a particular angle, rather than in a straight line. You need to angle off to the left, to avoid hitting those rocks.
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angle off (to or toward something)

to turn or move toward something at an angle. The road angles off to the right. The sailboat angled off toward the direction the wind was blowing.
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The footwork problems occur when the ball is angling off the front wall into a side wall.
Rupert Kirkwood, 51, was angling off north Devon when he hooked the monster and was towed a mile out to sea in his little kayak.
Back in port after angling off the Hampshire coast, Tony Platten then promised more changes to come.
Jon Shaw, who owns a charter boat used for leisure angling off Amlwch, says he has seen a decline over the years in fish numbers.
The club host a number of competitions as well as enjoying regular angling off the pier on Sundays from September until the end of May.
The 2-guard V-cuts to free himself, and upon receiving the pass, looks for the 4 angling off the burly 5's screen.
The iridescent cock didn't miss a beat, gaining speed by the second and angling off to my left.
Smaller "twigs" or "tributaries" angling off from the main stream should be allowed to flourish and expand.
It maybe a case of going out anchoring on the wreck and not getting anything at all, this was the chance that we took many years ago when myself and friends started the wreck angling off this coastline.
The two fisherman died after their boat capsized while they were sea angling off the south coast, coastguards said.
Angling off these members are 4-by-6s that support the roof's rough-sawn cedar 2-by-6s.
The 52-year-old man was angling off rocks at Witches Point near Porthcawl when he was swept into the sea in a south-westerly gale.
Contorted logs were used as diagonal support pieces for columns, creating the appearance of branches angling off tree trunks.
The question was whether Hogans Alley (Gary Stevens) caused the whole thing by angling off the rail.