angle

Part of speech: verb

To fish with rod, hook, and line; with for.

Part of speech: noun

Angler.

Part of speech: noun

The figure, concept, or relation of two straight lines emanating from one point; a corner; point; inclination. See illus.

Part of speech: noun

A fish- hook; fishing- tackle; a fishing with hook and line.

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Usage examples "angle":

  1. According to those electric lights there is a park or some other large vacant space we can strike on this angle. - "Dave Dashaway and his Hydroplane", Roy Rockwood.
  2. " Oh, but you mustn't look at things from that angle after you cross the Rocky Mountains on your way west. - "The Valley of the Giants", Peter B. Kyne.
  3. There was only a rough slope formed by the edge of the floe now lying at an angle of about thirty- five degrees for them to mount, rest their rifles on the edge, take aim each at the one he selected, and fire. - "Steve Young", George Manville Fenn.