squint toward

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squint

verb
1. To peer with the eyes partly closed:
Idiom: screw up one's eyes.
2. To have a tendency or inclination:
noun
2. The condition of not having the visual axes parallel:
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Amos Harel, a defense analyst, wrote two days after the balloting, "With a coalition that will squint toward the center, it seems the chances of an Israeli attack, one that is not coordinated with the Americans, are shrinking significantly.
After panning the room, pausing to squint toward the tinted window shielding the ten survivors and victims' representatives, McVeigh rested his shaved head and stared straight up, seeming to concentrate on the closed-circuit camera beaming the execution to about witnesses gathered 620 miles away in Oklahoma City.
MJ's hypecasting is that perfect squint toward Hollywood that moviegoers are unable to find on radio, TV or in fan- or critic sites.