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Word: ANGLE

The word ANGLE has appeared in at least 260 clues on different crosswords.

ANGLE definition(s):

  • the space between two lines or planes that intersect; the inclination of one line to another; measured in degrees or radians
  • move or proceed at an angle
  • a biased way of looking at or presenting something
  • to incline or bend from a vertical position
  • a member of a Germanic people who conquered England and merged with the Saxons and Jutes to become Anglo-Saxons

Clue(s)
Acute or obtuse
Acute or obtuse item
Acute or obtuse thing
Acute or right
Acute subject?
Acute thing?
Approach
Approach to a problem
Approach to an article
Aspect
Aspect.
Author's approach
Billiard player's calculation
Billiards player's concern
Billiards player's consideration
Billiards shot concern
Blog's thrust
Camera view
Camera viewpoint
Cameraman's concern.
"Catch some rays, maybe"
Con man's approach
Con man's scheme
Conniver s quest
Conniver's quest
Corner
Corner of a square
Corner shape
Corner.
Devious plan
Devious scheme
Drop a line
"Drop a line from a pier, say"
Each one in a square is 90 degrees
Early Briton
Emulate Izaak Walton
Emulate Walton
Every conniver has one
Every corner or con man has one
Fish
Fish with a hook
Fish with a hook and line
Fish with hook and line
Fish.
Geometry calculation
Geometry class measurement
Geometry determination
Geometry measure
Geometry measurement
Geometry measurement in degrees
Go fish
Go fishing
Go fishing.
Go for fish
Hidden agenda
Hidden motive
It can be obtuse
It can be right
It can be right but not left
"It can be right, but not wrong (n.b. ""your girlfriend"" is too many letters)"
It increases by degrees
It may be 90 degrees in geometry class
It may be acute
It may be acute or obtuse
It may be acute or right
It may be obtuse
It may be right
It may be right or acute
"It may be right, but not left"
It might be acute or obtuse
It might be right
It's a matter of degrees
It's measured in degrees
It's right at 90 degrees
It's sometimes right but always to a degree
Journalist's approach
Journalist's idea
Journalist's viewpoint
Journalistic point of view
Journalistic slant
Kind of iron
Kind of worm
Matter of degree?
Northumbrian settler
Oblique approach.
Obtuse item
One of four in a square
One with degrees?
Personal slant
Perspective
Phase
Phase.
Photographer's setup
Point of view
Point of view.
Pointed form.
Polar ___ (measurement in some coordinate systems)
Polygon's corner
Pool player's calculation
"Position, as a pool cue"
Practice halieutics
Prespective
Projecting corner
Projecting corner.
Protractor measure
Protractor measurement
Protractor's measure
Protractor's measurement
Quoin.
Reporter's approach
Reporter's slant
Right ___
Right or acute
Right or obtuse
Scheme
Secret motive
"Seek slyly, with ""for"""
Sharp corner.
Slant
Slant.
Special approach
Special technique.
Square corner
Standpoint.
"Stegner's Pulitzer novel ""___ of Repose"""
Story line
Story slant
Story's approach
Stratagem: Slang.
Take
This can be acute
This can be right
This is measured in degrees
Toss out a line
"Tricky thing to trisect, in classical geometry"
Trig figure
Trig topic
Troll
Try for trout
Turn sharply
Two lines may make one
Ulterior motive
Use a fighting chair
Use a hook and line
Vantage point
Viewpoint
Viewpoint.
"Wallace Stegner's 1972 Pulitzer-winner ""___ of Repose"""
Way of looking at something
Way of looking at things
What a protractor measures
What a sleazy promoter has
What sleazy promoter has
Hidden agenda
Approach to an article
Hidden agenda
Approach to an article
Point of view
Protractor's measure
Viewpoint
Fish in the corner
Reporter's approach
Corner of a square
Fish for fish
Journalistic slant
Member of a Germanic people who invaded and settled large parts of England in the 5th and 6th centuries
Geometry measure
Right ____
Trig topic
Corner
Fish
Viewpoint
Fish in the corner
Corner
Cast a line
Polygon corner
Fish with line & hook
Fish with rod
Band that's sacked its front man, Fish
Protractor measure
Member of a Germanic people who invaded and settled large parts of England in the 5th and 6th centuries
Protractor measure
Fish with hook and line
Viewpoint
Fish in the corner
Slant
Fish with line & hook
Each one in a square is 90°
One of a pentagon's five
Perspective
Slant
Hidden agenda
Member of a Germanic people who invaded and settled large parts of England in the 5th and 6th centuries
Polygon corner
Corner
Protractor measure
Journalistic slant
Polygon corner
A straight one is 180�
Right ____
Viewpoint
Fish in the corner
Geometric corner
Corner
Secret motive
Corner
Journalist's slant
Point of view
For one to get a broken leg, may be obtuse
Protractor measure
What "x" may be in trigonometry
Cast a line
Corner
It might be obtuse
Protractor measure
Right ____
Hidden motive
Journalist's slant
Corner
Corner
Line of approach for one with a broken leg
A matter of degrees?
Acute or obtuse
Perspective
Fish in a corner
Corner
Something acute or obtuse
Old settler's viewpoint
Corner
Germanic invader offers perspective
Protractor's measurement
Point of view
Right or obtuse thing
Corner
Cast a line
Billiards concern
One of a square's four
Journalistic slant
Corner
Hidden agenda
One of a hexagon's six
Corner
Corner
Reporter's approach
Viewpoint
Protractor's revelation
Corner
Pool player's calculation
Hidden motive
Fish with rod
It could be acute, obtuse, or right
Journalist's slant
Journalist's slant
Right ____
Each one in a square is 90 degrees
Geometric corner
Journalistic slant
Fish with rod
Viewpoint
Fish in the corner

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