Simple past tense and past participle of cant. (verb)
Having angles. (adjective)
Inclined at an angle to something else; sloping. (adjective)
Examples of word canted
What is the reason for the askew or 'canted' framing in this clip?
You can see it from street level, too, as you emerge from the Waterfront Metro station, a bold expanse of canted glass, supported by inclined wooden columns and capped by a shimmering, white, cloudlike roof.
The Grongorgan ship sat; canted and smoking disproportionate smoke.
The front facade will be of glass hung in channels from the roof, reaching down to a lower edge that is canted up to allow a wedge of outdoor plaza where playgoers and public can mingle.
Time is normally not a big factor in that we spend a resonable amount being certain that the wind and range are right, the gun is not canted, and the animal is standing at the proper angle dead still.