use askew in a sentence.
He is appropriately askew to convention, he is not radically unconventional.
Wow, it lines up almost perfectly with Montreal's rather askew grid, what a coincidence.
The tweet dialog has a paperclip, tilted askew, holding a printed page of linked content to the dialog.
On the Tufte note: for example, the pie charts are askew in some 3D angle, distorting the proportions of the slices.
Something must have become askew.
Agreed, I get annoyed when other programmers look at me askew for choosing to dress better than them.
You work flow is slightly askew.
However, obviously something is askew if what you said is true and yet, he can't find any technical talent.
As a (somewhat off-topic) aside, I notice that every picture in the article seems to be slightly askew, and generally by the same angle.
And the only politician who was talking about this before things went askew, was Ron Paul.
Lanier is fascinating to me in that his perspective seems so far askew from my own that the exercise of even trying to understand what he's saying is necessarily broadening.
Perhaps it makes sense in a bigger, more empty house, filled by people who don't leave lots of things askew.
What Martin Manley has done here is no more or less "self-obsessed" than what you and I do every single day, he only presents it in a manner slightly askew to that with which we are accustomed.