The act of making something skewed; an alteration in a particular direction.
Unfair skewings of the evidence.
Other Word Forms of Skewing
Skewing Sentence Examples
I find Lipstadt's unsustainable allegations of manipulating, distorting, and skewing documents and quotations highly defamatory.
Landfill tax is driving business to dump more rubbish at council sites to avoid waste charges, thus skewing the figures.
Be careful to not allow paint to pull in the corners of the stencil or the paint may bleed under the stencil and onto the wall, skewing the design.
Not only may your computer screen be skewing the color, but you can only really be sure how a color will fit in your décor when you see it in your home, with the furniture and the lighting in the room you plan to paint.
These games are often skewing to a younger audience where girls are more likely to be casual gamers attracted to a specific license.