incline away

incline away (from someone or something)

To tilt or slant away from someone or something. Please don't tell me that the attic is inclining away from the rest of the house.
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incline away (from someone or something)

to lean or slope away from someone or something. I inclined away from her to avoid her alcohol breath. The land inclined away from the house.
See also: away, incline
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Turn left and walk up the slight incline away from the garden centre entrance for about 23 metres until you see a footpath sign, this time on the other side of the road.
Crossmaglen is notorious as a 'defender's pitch' and with a gradual incline away from the town the scores are heavily weighted towards one end.
If you want to walk for longer you can follow a one-mile circular route up a gentle incline away from the river.
Ms Tugwell told Cardiff Coroner's Court yesterday she was nervous of cows and walked with Poppy on a lead up an incline away from them, but Ms Hinchey was an animal lover and showed no fear of them.