Clapboards that are tapered rather than cut in a perfectly rectangular manner.

A stone cut at angles for a more decorative display.

The angle or inclination of a line or surface that meets another at any angle but 90°.

Used to indicate that an edge is slanted (not at a right angle).

A surface that has been cut at an angle less than 90 degrees.

An angled part or surface, usually an angle other than a right angle.

A glass edge cut off at an angle. Light hits the edge, bends the light and produces a prismatic effect. A beveled edge width can vary but the most common width is 1/2 inch. A beveled edge is made by grinding off the on an angle of along flat edge of the glass. Curved edge bevels must be made by hand and straight-edged bevels are made with multiple machine grinding passes.

Boards (edges or boards) that are cut at an oblique angle prior to covering, as opposed to the standard 90 degree cut.

The angle that one surface makes with another when they are not at right angles.

A corner which is created not by right angle intersection but by an additional angled surface.

Any surface that is cut at an angle less than 90 degrees.

To impart a sloping edge to or have a sloping edge or slant. To cut at an inclination that forms an angle other than a right angle. The angle of a line or surface that meets another at any angle but 90 degrees.