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100 Lopsided Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Lopsided Sayings By Sara Humphreys: Sharp. Intense. Powerful. Intoxicating.Just like Killian.Damn it all.Before she could stop herself, Sadie took an Sharp. Intense. Powerful. Intoxicating.
Just like Killian.
Damn it all.
Before she could stop herself, Sadie took an involuntary step back.
Killian countered, taking one step closer, and his lips tilted into a lopsided grin.
Shit on a stick.
How annoying. — Sara Humphreys
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Lopsided Sayings By Melina Marchetta: I've been waiting for you all night and day,' she said.Froi shivered. He realised that I've been waiting for you all night and day,' she said.
Froi shivered. He realised that the words came from Quintana the ice maiden. Realised, as he felt his face heating up, that the idea of this Quintana waiting for him with excitement spoke to parts of him he believed to be dormant. And then she winked.
'Did I do that right?' she asked. Her smile was lopsided and he saw a glimpse of the teeth.
And Froi imagined that he would follow her to the ends of the earth. — Melina Marchetta
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Lopsided Sayings By Margaret Atwood: It was the thumbprints of human imperfection that used to move him, the flaws in It was the thumbprints of human imperfection that used to move him, the flaws in the design: the lopsided smile, the wart next to the navel, the mole, the bruise. Was it consolation he'd had in mind, kissing the wound to make it better? — Margaret Atwood
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Lopsided Sayings By Marilyn Phillips: Observing his lopsided grin, I asked, "What?""At this rate, you're going to be in possession Observing his lopsided grin, I asked, "What?"
"At this rate, you're going to be in possession of half my wardrobe before the weekends done."
His words brought a light flush of color to my cheeks.
Obviously deriving pleasure from my reaction, he added, "Don't worry, I'll let you know when I'm down to my underwear. — Marilyn Phillips
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Lopsided Sayings By Susannah Sandlin: We can do slow and sweet later. I want you fast and rough, and I've We can do slow and sweet later. I want you fast and rough, and I've been begging for a while now." She hooked a leg around his, bringing their bodies together as close as possible. "If you missed the memo, buddy, I've been trying to get you inside me half the day."
With a low groan, he picked her up and lowered her to the bed, his mouth and tongue setting up a rhythm to match the fingers he slid inside her. "Not that," she said. "You. Now."
"Bossy Cajun woman." He gave her a tousle-haired, lopsided grin as he rolled into the cradle of her thighs, positioning himself at her 'entrance... — Susannah Sandlin
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Lopsided Sayings By Julia Quinn: Sebastian," Katarina said, turning to her nephew. "You've grown." "It happens," Sebastian quipped, flashing her Sebastian," Katarina said, turning to her nephew. "You've grown."
"It happens," Sebastian quipped, flashing her his usual lopsided grin.
"Goodness," she said with smile, "you'll be a danger to the ladies soon."
Harry very nearly rolled his eyes. Sebastian had already made conquests of nearly all the girls in the village near Hesslewhite. He must give off some sort of scent, because the females positively fell at his feet.
It would have been appalling, except that the girls couldn't all dance with Sebastian. And Harry was more than happy to be the nearest man standing when the smoke cleared. — Julia Quinn
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Lopsided Sayings By Cassandra Clare: As she looked, the smoke puffing out of the chimney stopped curling upward and began As she looked, the smoke puffing out of the chimney stopped curling upward and began to take on the shape of a wavering black question mark.
Sebastian laughed. "I think that means, Who's there?"
Clary pulled her coat closer around her. "It looks like something out of a fairy tale."
"Are you cold?" Sebastian put his arm around her. Immediately the smoke curling from the chimney stopped forming itself into question marks and began puffing out in the shape of lopsided hearts. — Cassandra Clare
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Lopsided Sayings By Malcolm Gladwell: The first is that much of what we consider valuable in our world arises out The first is that much of what we consider valuable in our world arises out of these kinds of lopsided conflicts, because the act of facing overwhelming odds produces greatness and beauty. And second, that we consistently get these kinds of conflicts wrong. — Malcolm Gladwell
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Lopsided Sayings By Rick Yancey: I start to unbutton his shirt. "Got to get these clothes off," I mutter. "You I start to unbutton his shirt. "Got to get these clothes off," I mutter. "You don't know how long I've waited to hear you say that." Smile. Lopsided. Sexy. — Rick Yancey
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Lopsided Sayings By Chris Womersley: His smile, he knew, was now lopsided and somewhat sinister, as if one half of His smile, he knew, was now lopsided and somewhat sinister, as if one half of him were amused while the other unimpressed by the same joke. — Chris Womersley
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Lopsided Sayings By Maggie Stiefvater: The girl galloped to catch up with him, but she didn't pause when she reached The girl galloped to catch up with him, but she didn't pause when she reached him. She preferred to form a lopsided perimeter of frantic activity around his person. Anything else might give the appearance of willing obedience, and she would do a lot to avoid that. — Maggie Stiefvater
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Lopsided Sayings By Jen Hatmaker: Anytime the rich and poor combine, we should listen to whoever has the least power. Anytime the rich and poor combine, we should listen to whoever has the least power. Rich people are conditioned to assess the world through our privileges. The powerful tend to discredit or ignore the marginalized perspective because we can. We are shielded from the effects of a lopsided equation; we reap the benefits, not the losses. We don't mean to do this (or even know we do), but we evaluate other communities through the lens of advantage assuming we know best, have the most to offer. In doing so we unintentionally elevate our perception. — Jen Hatmaker
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Lopsided Sayings By Jessica Clare: He shrugged and glanced at her hair. "Rough night?"Her brows drew together. "What makes you He shrugged and glanced at her hair. "Rough night?"

Her brows drew together. "What makes you say that?"

"Your bun is askew."

Audrey's fingers flew to her hair. Sure enough, it was lopsided and puffy on one side. "Damn it."

Reese set down the spoon and turned to her, reaching for her hair. "Here, I'll fix it for you."

She frowned but stood still, dropping her hands. "That's very domestic of you."

"Nah. I mostly wanted to see what this looks like when it's not in a grandma style." And he reached forward and snipped the band with a pair of scissors.

She yelped, pulling away even as he ran his fingers through her hair, making it puff out into a halo around her head. "You a**hole!"

"Look at that! All that loose, untamed hair!" He teased, even as he tried to run his fingers through it again. "It's like you're a wild woman. What will people think? — Jessica Clare
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Lopsided Sayings By Marian Keyes: They say the path of true love never runs smooth. Well, Luke and my true They say the path of true love never runs smooth. Well, Luke and my true love's path didn't run at all, it limped along in new boots that were chafing its heels. Blistered and cut, red and raw, every hopping, lopsided step, a little slice of agony. — Marian Keyes
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Lopsided Sayings By Becca Fitzpatrick: I walked to Scott, each step heavy, tears hot on my face, my hands hovering I walked to Scott, each step heavy, tears hot on my face, my hands hovering uselessly over his rapidly decaying body. I shut my eyes, forcing myself to recall his lopsided grin. Not his vacant eyes. In my mind, I played back his teasing laugh. Not the gurgling, gasping sounds he'd made right before dying. I remembered his warmth in accidental touches and playful jabs, knowing his body was rotting even as I clung to the memory.
"Thank you," I choked out, telling myself that somewhere nearby, he could still hear my voice. "You saved my life. Good-bye, Scott. I'll never forget you, that's my oath to you. Never." I vowed. — Becca Fitzpatrick
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Lopsided Sayings By Steven Pinker: Surveys of personal values in men and women find that the men assign a lopsided Surveys of personal values in men and women find that the men assign a lopsided value to professional status compared to all the other pleasures of life.108 — Steven Pinker
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Lopsided Sayings By Samantha Chase: Maybe we should go to JT's or bowling or something."The lopsided grin on Reece's face Maybe we should go to JT's or bowling or something."
The lopsided grin on Reece's face was probably just as sexy as his kiss, Alesha thought.
Reaching for her hand, he gave it a gentle squeeze. "If that's what you really want to do, we'll do it, but I think we can control ourselves for the rest of the night." Then he winked. "If that's what you really want. — Samantha Chase
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Lopsided Sayings By Margaret Atwood: Once, I discovered it propped up on my sister's pillow, its neck wrapped in one Once, I discovered it propped up on my sister's pillow, its neck wrapped in one of our mother's best linen dishtowels. Cookie fragments on dolls' plates were laid out around it, mixed with berries from the prickly-berry hedge, like offerings made to appease an idol. It was wearing a chaplet woven of carrot fronds and marigolds that my sister and Leonie had picked in the garden. The flowers were wilted, the garland was lopsided; the effect was astonishingly depraved, as if a debauched Roman emperor had arrived on the scene and had hacked off his own body in a maiden's chamber as the ultimate sexual thrill. — Margaret Atwood
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Lopsided Sayings By Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn: But in the 17th century Russian Orthodoxy was gravely weakened by an internal schism. In But in the 17th century Russian Orthodoxy was gravely weakened by an internal schism. In the 18th, the country was shaken by Peter's forcibly imposed transformations, which favored the economy, the state, and the military at the expense of the religious spirit and national life. And along with this lopsided Petrine enlightenment, Russia felt the first whiff of secularism; its subtle poisons permeated the educated classes in the course of the 19th century and opened the path to Marxism. By the time of the Revolution, faith had virtually disappeared in Russian educated circles; and amongst the uneducated, its health was threatened. — Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn
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Lopsided Sayings By Mary Doria Russell: Bein' born is craps," he decided. He glanced at Morg and let loose that sly, Bein' born is craps," he decided. He glanced at Morg and let loose that sly, lopsided smile of his. "How we live is poker. — Mary Doria Russell
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Lopsided Sayings By John Podhoretz: Nixon in 1968, unlike Obama 2008, was elected as a minority president with only 43 Nixon in 1968, unlike Obama 2008, was elected as a minority president with only 43 percent of the vote. Yet, in 1972, he won what, in some measures, was the most lopsided election in American history with 61 percent. — John Podhoretz
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Lopsided Sayings By Jennifer L. Armentrout: Hayden gave me a lopsided smile before turning to Olivia. "Aunt Liz is baking cookies."Her Hayden gave me a lopsided smile before turning to Olivia. "Aunt Liz is baking cookies."Her eyes lit up like someone shoved a diamond in her face. "Cookies? Coca chip?""Uh-huh, but isn't it your bedtime?" asked Hayden. "You probably missed out on the chance.""Nooo." She dragged the word out, eyes wide.I shook my head, smiling. "So wrong. — Jennifer L. Armentrout
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Lopsided Sayings By Benny Bellamacina: If there are two straight sides to every story, they'll always be one lopsided truth. If there are two straight sides to every story, they'll always be one lopsided truth. — Benny Bellamacina
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Lopsided Sayings By A.S. Byatt: We are a species of animal which is bringing about the end of the world We are a species of animal which is bringing about the end of the world we were born into. Not out of evil or malice, or not mainly, but because of a lopsided mixture of extraordinary cleverness, extraordinary greed, extraordinary proliferation of our own kind, and a biologically built-in short-sightedness. — A.S. Byatt
Lopsided Sayings By Eve Dangerfield: He wasn't a pretty boy, his nose was crooked and his grin lopsided, but he He wasn't a pretty boy, his nose was crooked and his grin lopsided, but he had that square-jawed, salt-of-the-earth handsome look that made a girl think of loose-hipped cowboys and demanding Scottish Lairds. And speaking of Scottish Lairds, old mate was a redhead. Usually gingers weren't her scene but this guy's hair was the rich coppery-auburn of a fox's pelt. It gleamed like rose gold under the floodlights, his short beard the exact colour as the stuff on his head. Big Red was doing it for her. Big time. And apparently, the feeling was mutual. — Eve Dangerfield
Lopsided Sayings By Lauren Blakely: Then no. Never. You're not getting rid of me. Because here's the thing you need Then no. Never. You're not getting rid of me. Because here's the thing you need to know. I'm in love with you, and that's a package deal. And that means no matter what, I'm by your side. Whatever happens, I'll be here. I'm not the kind of guy who walks away. I might be scared out of my fucking mind, but I'm not running. You're stuck with me, Harley, he says, and shoots me another lopsided grin that makes my stomach flip. — Lauren Blakely
Lopsided Sayings By Jennifer L. Armentrout: Squared my shoulders. "Release the Kraken!" Several sets of eyes settled on me. "What?" I Squared my shoulders. "Release the Kraken!" Several sets of eyes settled on me. "What?" I gave a lopsided shrug. "I've always wanted to yell that since I saw that movie. Seemed like the perfect moment." Aiden laughed. "See! That's why I love him," I told the group. "He laughs at the stupid crap that comes out of my mouth." In response, Aiden leaned over and pressed his lips against my temple. "Keep talking about loving me," he murmured, "and we're going to scar some of these guys for life." I — Jennifer L. Armentrout
Lopsided Sayings By Kate DiCamillo: There are those hearts, reader, that never mend again once they are broken. Or if There are those hearts, reader, that never mend again once they are broken. Or if they do mend, they heal themselves in a crooked and lopsided way, as if sewn together by a careless craftsman. Such was the fate of Chiaroscuro. His heart was broken. Picking up the spoon and placing it on his head, speaking of revenge, these things helped him to put his heart together again. But it was, alas, put together wrong. — Kate DiCamillo
Lopsided Sayings By David Knibb: Once lost, a wilderness resource is irretrievable. But once won, a battle may need to Once lost, a wilderness resource is irretrievable. But once won, a battle may need to be fought again and again. Until an area receives the relative permanence of formal protection, a threat initially forestalled may repeatedly rear it's head. Defenders must be alert each time, and they must win each time, for if they lose but once, all earlier victories are obviously erased. It is, in every sense, a lopsided struggle. — David Knibb
Lopsided Sayings By Ami McKay: How a mother comes to love her child, her caring at all for this thing How a mother comes to love her child, her caring at all for this thing that's made her heavy, lopsided and slow, this thing that made her wish she were dead ... that's the miracle. — Ami McKay
Lopsided Sayings By William Gibson: But the mind had its own ideas, and Kihn's opinion of what I was already But the mind had its own ideas, and Kihn's opinion of what I was already thinking of as my "sighting" rattled endlessly, through my head in a tight, lopsided orbit. Semiotic ghosts. — William Gibson
Lopsided Sayings By Brandon Sanderson: Whoa. Not too stiff," Cody said. "Secure, strong, but calm. Like you're caressing a beautiful Whoa. Not too stiff," Cody said. "Secure, strong, but calm. Like you're caressing a beautiful woman, remember?"
That made me think of Megan.
I lost control, and a green wave of smoky energy burst from my hand and flew out in front of me. It missed the pipe completely, but vaporized the metal leg of the chair it sat on. Dust showered down and the chair went lopsided, dumping the pipe to the floor with a clang.
"Sparks," Cody said. "Remind me to never let you caress me, lad. — Brandon Sanderson
Lopsided Sayings By Cassandra Clare: I understand that Call will be your counterweight?"Aaron looked over at Call as though he I understand that Call will be your counterweight?"
Aaron looked over at Call as though he was expecting Call to take back the offer.
"Yeah" Call said. "I mean, if he still wants."
That made Aaron give him a lopsided grin. "I want. — Cassandra Clare
Lopsided Sayings By J.C. Reed: Why do you want me?" I asked, suppressing the trembling of my voice. "I'm strange, Why do you want me?" I asked, suppressing the trembling of my voice. "I'm strange, definitely not perfect, and fucked up. Actually, a lot of the latter."
"Perfect is boring and overrated." He smiled that lopsided grin of his that made my lower abdomen twist and curl with delicious desire. "I'm looking for sexy, fun, kind, and honest. And you tick all the right boxes, Brooke. — J.C. Reed
Lopsided Sayings By Annette Vaillancourt: Loving people are compassionate towards others. However, if that compassion doesn't start at home and Loving people are compassionate towards others. However, if that compassion doesn't start at home and doesn't include self-forgiveness, it is incomplete and lopsided. — Annette Vaillancourt
Lopsided Sayings By Bradley J. Kramer: However, by carefully noting Eve's inaccurate quotation of God's prohibition a few verses later, Bonchek However, by carefully noting Eve's inaccurate quotation of God's prohibition a few verses later, Bonchek shows that by "exaggerating the actual prohibition (from one tree to 'every tree of the garden'), the serpent created a new, but lopsided, frame of reference," a frame that catches Eve off guard and slyly manipulates her into ultimately deciding on a course of action she would not have agreed upon otherwise. Eve — Bradley J. Kramer
Lopsided Sayings By Patrick Loafman: The author of "Somewhere Upriver" sometimes shoves a lopsided word into an otherwise balanced sentence, The author of "Somewhere Upriver" sometimes shoves a lopsided word into an otherwise balanced sentence, thinking it's a kind of verbal jazz. — Patrick Loafman
Lopsided Sayings By Marian Keyes: I haven't had Botox because my face is a bit lopsided and I depend on I haven't had Botox because my face is a bit lopsided and I depend on keeping everything animated so that people don't notice. — Marian Keyes
Lopsided Sayings By Jamie Farrell: He looked up from the paper he was scribbling on and offeredher a lopsided grin. He looked up from the paper he was scribbling on and offered
her a lopsided grin. "Hey, sweet pea. You bring me anything
special?"
The lopsided bit wasn't odd, but there was something forced
about it. "Got a fresh bag of cat food outside." Cat food that she'd
bought with the twenty he'd left to pay for his ice cream.
He pushed his makeshift drum set aside and rose with a
stretch. "Words every man dreams of hearing. Make my night if
you say you got catnip too."
She tried not to giggle. She tried hard.
But she couldn't help herself. "Extra strength," she said.
This time, his grin came out bigger, less forced. "Woman of
my dreams."
"In your dreams," she said. — Jamie Farrell
Lopsided Sayings By Emma Chase: She laughs. "Stanton, I'm trying to make partner.""I know.""And you're trying to make partner.""True." We She laughs. "Stanton, I'm trying to make partner."
"I know."
"And you're trying to make partner."
"True." We walk silently. Then I lean closer to her, guessing, "So that's a yes, then?"
She grins. "Yes ... I'll think about it."
I give her her favorite lopsided grin. "Good."
Sofia holds up a finger. "But not now."
"No."
"Make sure your sperm is aware of that. It has a history of going rogue."
I nod. "I'll send the sperm a memo and CC your ovaries."
She nods. "But soon."
"Soon is good. — Emma Chase
Lopsided Sayings By Meredith Duran: And he wondered, suddenly, what sort of divide it created between them, that he knew And he wondered, suddenly, what sort of divide it created between them, that he knew pieces of her that she had never shared with him - facts and stories and moments and memories to which she had no idea he was privy. He had collected them for so long, denying to himself that this acquisition was anything more than casual amusement, when in fact it was zealous, and jelaous besides; diwowning as accidental the fact that he never forgot a single remark she made, or that others made about her, and that he approved of these other people, or disdained them, according to their treatment of her. Such a lopsided intimacy existed between him and her. Inevitably, it created a chasm whose depth neither of them could know until they tried to chart it. Would this chasm prove impossible to bridge? — Meredith Duran
Lopsided Sayings By Haile Selassie: Imagination, devotion, perseverance, together with divine grace, will assure your success. Knowing that material & Imagination, devotion, perseverance, together with divine grace, will assure your success. Knowing that material & spiritual progress are essential to man, we must ceaselessly work for the equal attainment of both. It is only when a people strike an even balance between scientific progress & spiritual & moral advancement that it can be said to possess a wholly perfect and complete personality and not a lopsided one. — Haile Selassie
Lopsided Sayings By Henry Hazlitt: The dilemma is this. In the modern world knowledge has been growing so fast and The dilemma is this. In the modern world knowledge has been growing so fast and so enormously, in almost every field, that the probabilities are immensely against anybody, no matter how innately clever, being able to make a contribution in any one field unless he devotes all his time to it for years. If he tries to be the Rounded Universal Man, like Leonardo da Vinci, or to take all knowledge for his province, like Francis Bacon, he is most likely to become a mere dilettante and dabbler. But if he becomes too specialized, he is apt to become narrow and lopsided, ignorant on every subject but his own, and perhaps dull and sterile even on that because he lacks perspective and vision and has missed the cross-fertilization of ideas that can come from knowing something of other subjects. — Henry Hazlitt
Lopsided Sayings By Anna Nalick: A valuable lesson I've learned from making music is to never let anyone intimidate me. A valuable lesson I've learned from making music is to never let anyone intimidate me. Every student, celebrity, CEO and math teacher in the world has experienced love, loneliness, fear and embarassment at some point. To understand this is to level an often very lopsided playing field. — Anna Nalick
Lopsided Sayings By Allison Williams: I invested in a blow-dryer. I do a very simple blow out that I've gotten I invested in a blow-dryer. I do a very simple blow out that I've gotten quite good at. I'm ambidextrous. I often wonder why people's hair looks lopsided. It's because it's hard to reach both sides of your hair. — Allison Williams
Lopsided Sayings By Samantha Young: She gave me a lopsided quirk of a smile. "Joss," her voice hoarse, barely audible.I She gave me a lopsided quirk of a smile. "Joss," her voice hoarse, barely audible.
I wanted to run. I know. That's horrible. But I wanted to run away from this part. People ending up in hospital had never concluded well in my life, and seeing her there, so vulnerable, so exhausted, just reminded me of how close we might have come to losing her.
I felt a hand squeeze mine and I turned my head to see Hannah watching me. She looked as pale as I felt, and her fingers were trembling between mine. She was scared too. I smiled reassuringly at her, hoping I was pulling it off. "Ellie is okay. Come on." I tugged on her hand and pulled her with me to Ellie's bed side.
I reached out for the hand Ellie had held out for her mom, and I slid mine into it, feeling relief and love as she gave me a gentle squeeze. — Samantha Young
Lopsided Sayings By T. Torrest: I'm in love with you, Trip. I love you. I always have." It looked as I'm in love with you, Trip. I love you. I always have."
It looked as though he'd been slapped in the face by my words. Pain drifted across his features as he dropped his head and shook it. "I know."
Not the words I was imagining, and the unexpectedness made me laugh.
"You know? Oh my God. Did you just Han Solo me?"
...
"I know you love me. I know, and it's incredible." He looked down at me, his eyes a shifting pool of blue, the corner of his lip quirked into a lopsided smile as he gently swiped my hair behind my ear. He buried his face against my neck, his breath tickling against my skin as he whispered softly, "Because I am completely in love with you right back. — T. Torrest
Lopsided Sayings By Richard Koch: Most of us don't work out what we want. And most of us end up Most of us don't work out what we want. And most of us end up with lopsided lives as a result. — Richard Koch
Lopsided Sayings By Lisa Carlisle: You don't have to pose," she said. "I want to capture you as you were. You don't have to pose," she said. "I want to capture you as you were. Forget I'm even here."
He gave her a lopsided grin. "It's impossible not to notice you. — Lisa Carlisle
Lopsided Sayings By Stephen J. O'Brien: The evidence of cheetah genetic monotony would only grow. Bob Wayne, a talented postdoctoral fellow The evidence of cheetah genetic monotony would only grow. Bob Wayne, a talented postdoctoral fellow in our lab, examined cranial measurements and the bilateral symmetry of cheetah skulls. Although no one is certain why, in most livestock, asymmetry in skeletal characteristics (the difference between right and left measures of a trait) increases with inbreeding. Bob measured sixteen bilateral traits in thirty-three cheetah skulls held in natural history museums in Washington, Chicago, and New York. The study was not perfect because several of the skulls were incomplete due to a bullet hole in the skull. Nonetheless, in nearly every case, cheetah skulls were more asymmetric compared to the skulls of leopards, ocelots, or margays. When I explained these skull results in a television interview, the correspondent asked, "Dr. O'Brien, are you telling me that these cheetahs are lopsided?" Not exactly, but the cheetahs certainly looked very inbred. — Stephen J. O'Brien
Lopsided Sayings By Erin Hunter: I'm more lopsided than a one legged badger!" Graypaw stopped his careful stalking to wander I'm more lopsided than a one legged badger!" Graypaw stopped his careful stalking to wander comically across the clearing "I will have to settle for hunting stupid mice I shall just wander up to them, and sit on them until they surrender! — Erin Hunter
Lopsided Sayings By Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie: I have my father's lopsided mouth. When I smile, my lips slope to one side. I have my father's lopsided mouth. When I smile, my lips slope to one side. My doctor sister calls it my cerebral palsy mouth. I am very much a daddy's girl, and even though I would rather my smile wasn't crooked, there is something moving for me about having a mouth exactly like my father's. — Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie
Lopsided Sayings By K.M. Shea: Cinderella frowned as she wrestled thin willow branches into place, trying her hand at making Cinderella frowned as she wrestled thin willow branches into place, trying her hand at making a wicker basket. One of the maids had left her with a sample basket and pattern, as well as several started bases, but Cinderella's basket was lopsided, and the branch ends poked out like twigs in a bird's nest. "Are you trying to make it look like that, or is it supposed to resemble this one?" Colonel Friedrich asked, holding up the sample basket. Cinderella glared at him. "Don't you have work to do?" She savagely stabbed the willow in the weaving pattern. "I've — K.M. Shea
Lopsided Sayings By Debra Anastasia: Vhat is your nom?" Preston had a lazy eye, and the alcohol added to the Vhat is your nom?" Preston had a lazy eye, and the alcohol added to the lopsided effect of his gaze.
"Shannon Tinker, and I watch you like you're a TV show." Shannon added a bop to her stance, unconsciously dancing to the beat of the song constantly playing in her head. — Debra Anastasia
Lopsided Sayings By Newton Dillaway: And so one may multiply the lopsided people. And so one may multiply the lopsided people. — Newton Dillaway
Lopsided Sayings By Veronica Rossi: When we get out of this, let's go somewhere again. Me and you." The tension When we get out of this, let's go somewhere again. Me and you."
The tension in her chest loosened, relief washing over her. He'd said when. Even in his beaten condition, he believed in whens and not ifs. She never should have doubted his strength.
"Where do you want to go?" she asked.
His smile was faint and lopsided. "Doesn't matter . . . I just want to spend time alone with you."
Aria wanted exactly the same thing. And she ached to see him smile - really smile - so she said, "And this isn't good enough for you? — Veronica Rossi
Lopsided Sayings By Anne Frank: The Annex is an ideal place to hide in. It may be damp and lopsided, The Annex is an ideal place to hide in. It may be damp and lopsided, but there's probably not a more comfortable hiding place in all of Amsterdam. No, in all of Holland. — Anne Frank
Lopsided Sayings By Haruki Murakami: Around the borders of the flat, lopsided area of his head clung thick, black, curly Around the borders of the flat, lopsided area of his head clung thick, black, curly hair that had been allowed to grow too long, hanging down shaggily over the man's ears. Ninety-eight people out of a hundred would probably be reminded by it of pubic hair. Tengo had no idea what the other two would think. — Haruki Murakami
Lopsided Sayings By Patrick Ness: Mel lets us in the house, and we aren't two steps inside before Mary Magdalene, Mel lets us in the house, and we aren't two steps inside before Mary Magdalene, our tubby little orange cat, is running a purring streak around Jared's legs. He touches her nose lightly with his finger. "I see you," he whispers, and Mary Mags does an ecstatic lopsided spin to the floor, like a falling propeller. — Patrick Ness
Lopsided Sayings By Sarah MacLean: As though he sensed her thoughts, Gavin turned and met her gaze. Several seconds passed As though he sensed her thoughts, Gavin turned and met her gaze. Several seconds passed and he winked, as if to assure her that her worries were unnecessary. One side of his mouth raised in a lopsided smile, he turned back to her brothers, and Alex refocused on Ella and Vivi's conversation, pushing her questions to the back of her mind for the time being, and promising herself she'd find a moment alone with him later. — Sarah MacLean
Lopsided Sayings By Diana Gabaldon: Ian, man, I didna tell ye because I didna wish to lose you too. My Ian, man, I didna tell ye because I didna wish to lose you too. My brother was gone, and my father. I didna mean to lose my own heart's blood as well. For you are dearer to me even than home and family, love.'She cast a lopsided smile at Jamie. 'And that's saying quite a bit. — Diana Gabaldon
Lopsided Sayings By Philbrick, Nathaniel: ...her hull might be compared to a fat man on the short end of a ...her hull might be compared to a fat man on the short end of a lopsided seesaw — Philbrick, Nathaniel
Lopsided Sayings By Diana Gabaldon: The moon was beginning to rise when they set out, and a good thing, too, The moon was beginning to rise when they set out, and a good thing, too, Brianna thought. Even with the big, lopsided gold orb sailing up out of a cradle of stars and shedding its borrowed radiance over the sky, the trail beneath their feet was invisible. So were their feet, drowned in the absolute black of the forest at night. — Diana Gabaldon
Lopsided Sayings By Jean Thompson: What a lopsided stumpy mess people made of a family tree these days. The last What a lopsided stumpy mess people made of a family tree these days. The last thing any of them needed was some new little sprig grafted on. — Jean Thompson
Lopsided Sayings By Garrett Leigh: Of course Sasha chose that moment to open the door. "Cam? Oh. Shit. Sorry." Cam Of course Sasha chose that moment to open the door. "Cam? Oh. Shit. Sorry."
Cam met Sasha's liquid gaze and forgot all about his friends at his knees. "Hey."
"Hey, yourself." Sasha ventured farther into the room. "Is this a private party, or can anyone play?"
"Depends," Sonny quipped from the floor. "Do you have lopsided balls? We're doing an in-depth analysis here. — Garrett Leigh
Lopsided Sayings By Yevgeny Zamyatin: She was like a candle that just went out. All the circles that made her She was like a candle that just went out. All the circles that made her up suddenly got lopsided and warped. — Yevgeny Zamyatin
Lopsided Sayings By Albert Camus: All I could see in his slightly lopsided face were his two very bright eyes, All I could see in his slightly lopsided face were his two very bright eyes, which were examining me closely without betraying any definable emotion. And I had the odd impression of being watched by myself. — Albert Camus
Lopsided Sayings By Thomas Sowell: It takes no more research than a trip to almost any public library or college It takes no more research than a trip to almost any public library or college to show the incredibly lopsided coverage of slavery in the United States or in the Western Hemisphere, as compared to the meager writings on even larger number of Africans enslaved in the Islamic countries of the Middle East and North Africa, not to mention the vast numbers of Europeans also enslaved in centuries past in the Islamic world and within Europe itself. At least a million Europeans were enslaved by North African pirates alone from 1500 to 1800, and some Europeans slaves were still being sold on the auction blocks in the Egypt, years after the Emancipation Proclamation freed blacks in the United States. — Thomas Sowell
Lopsided Sayings By Philip Schultz: Am I the I she tried to save, still lopsided with trying to be a Am I the I she tried to save, still lopsided with trying to be a little less or more, escaping who I was a minute ago? — Philip Schultz
Lopsided Sayings By Amelia Hutchins: You ordered me here," I said finally breaking the silence."I did," Ryder said with his You ordered me here," I said finally breaking the silence.
"I did," Ryder said with his lopsided grin that looked more dangerous than friendly.
"I'm here," I mumbled.
"You are."
" ... "
"Okay, we gonna measure dicks all day Ryder, or are we gonna sign a contract?" I snapped.
"You don't have a dick Syn, I would have noticed," Ryder's smile lifted roguishly. — Amelia Hutchins
Lopsided Sayings By Pamela Clare: Have you thought about retiring early?" "I've thought about it. I would lose a fair Have you thought about retiring early?" "I've thought about it. I would lose a fair amount of my pension if I did. Besides, what would I do with myself?" "You could work for me." "Work ... as a ranch hand?" She laughed, genuinely amused by the image of herself in a cowboy hat cutting cattle that popped into her head. "I can't even walk in the snow without help." He glared at her. "You're a fantastic rider." She narrowed her eyes at him. "Are you truly offering me a job?" He stopped shoveling, rested on the hay fork, gave her a lopsided grin. "I would if it would keep you around." Something about that felt more romantic to her than a dozen red roses. "Jack West, you are a charming man." "Me?" He shook his head, got back to shoveling. "I think you need to look that word up in the dictionary, angel. — Pamela Clare
Lopsided Sayings By Jennifer L. Armentrout: We had no idea what waited ahead of us, other than the big, fat unknown, We had no idea what waited ahead of us, other than the big, fat unknown, and most likely a big, fat kick in the face. The gravity of that was killing me-killing us

I squared my shoulders. "Release the Kraken!"

Several sets of eyes settled on me.

"What?" I gave a lopsided shrug. "I've always wanted to yell that since I saw that movie. Seemed like the perfect moment. — Jennifer L. Armentrout
Lopsided Sayings By Suzanne Fields: The lopsided attitudes of college professors pose a serious challenge to learning because students are The lopsided attitudes of college professors pose a serious challenge to learning because students are so susceptible to becoming lopsided sheep. — Suzanne Fields
Lopsided Sayings By Julie Klassen: I am glad you came to Fairbourne Hall." She glanced at him, uncertain. "Are you?" I am glad you came to Fairbourne Hall." She glanced at him, uncertain. "Are you?" "Yes," he said, mouth quirked in a lopsided grin. "We needed a new maid." He leaned in for another kiss. — Julie Klassen
Lopsided Sayings By Charlie Clouser: That's always attractive to me, to work with music whose form is a big question That's always attractive to me, to work with music whose form is a big question mark. Even many of my favorite bands growing up, when I was just a kid learning to play drums and guitar and everything, were bands like Pink Floyd, where the arrangement, the number of bars in each section is unconventional and often lopsided, and there will be small little instrumental interludes and that sort of thing. So those odd forms, as well as dark content, are the things that I think are continuous through all the type of projects that I've been attracted to. — Charlie Clouser
Lopsided Sayings By Natalie Dormer: I get accused of having a haughty smugness. I have a lopsided mouth. I can't I get accused of having a haughty smugness. I have a lopsided mouth. I can't help it. I was born with it. It looks as if I am smirking. I have had my publicist tell me, 'Don't do that smile on the red carpet.' I'm, like, 'That's my smile.' — Natalie Dormer
Lopsided Sayings By R.L. Mathewson: She gave his hand a small squeeze. "Jason, if we're going to try this then She gave his hand a small squeeze. "Jason, if we're going to try this then I'd like to
take things slow." He frowned. "What I mean is nothing beyond the level we were at
last night." She worried her lip between her teeth. "What I mean is no actual sex."
He narrowed his eyes on her. "But, you'll still sleep with me naked and let me do a
hundred other naughty things to you?" he asked in a serious tone.
"Yes."
He brushed his lips against hers again and moved back a few inches to look into her
eyes. "And you'll still cook for me and call me Master?"
Her lips twitched. "Yes to the cooking and not a chance in hell for the other."
He sighed wearily. "Fine, how about Lord and Master?"
"Uh ... no."
"God?"
"Nope."
"My liege?"
"Wait ... no."
He gave her one of his lopsided smiles. "I'll wear you down eventually. — R.L. Mathewson
Lopsided Sayings By Ian McEwan: Parents choosing a school for their children - an innocent, important, humdrum, private affair which Parents choosing a school for their children - an innocent, important, humdrum, private affair which a lethal blend of bitter division and too much money had transmuted into a monstrous clerical task, into box files of legal documents so numerous and heavy they were hauled to court on trolleys, into hours of educated wrangling, procedural hearings, deferred decisions, the whole circus rising, but so slowly, through the judicial hierarchy like a lopsided, ill-tethered hot-air balloon. If the parents could not agree, the law, reluctantly, must take the decisions. — Ian McEwan
Lopsided Sayings By Veronica Rossi: From the corner of her eye, the wildflowers along the wall caught her attention. "Roar, From the corner of her eye, the wildflowers along the wall caught her attention. "Roar, wait!"
Roar turned around. "Yes?" he asked, arching an eyebrow.
Aria ran to the wall, scanning the flowers. She found the right one and plucked it. She drew in its scent and imagined Perry walking beside her, his bow across his back, looking over with his lopsided grin.
She brought the flower to Roar. "I changed my mind," she said. "Give him this."
Roar's eyes crinkled in confusion. "I thought you liked roses. What's this?"
"A violet." — Veronica Rossi
Lopsided Sayings By S.C. Stephens: Kellan looked back at me, cocky amusement infused into his lopsided grin. "I'm glad you Kellan looked back at me, cocky amusement infused into his lopsided grin. "I'm glad you don't squeal when I look at you." He leaned in, his arm brushing mine. "I like having to earn it," he whispered. — S.C. Stephens
Lopsided Sayings By Diana Gabaldon: Ye dinna want to believe in witches and zombies and things that go bump in Ye dinna want to believe in witches and zombies and things that go bump in the night?" she said, with a small, sly smile at me. She nodded at the centipede, struggling round and round in frenzied, lopsided circles. "Well, legends are many-legged beasties, aye? But they generally have at least one foot on the truth." She — Diana Gabaldon
Lopsided Sayings By Veronica Blade: An hour and a half later, Dallas stood beside me in Jackie's enormous walk-in closet. An hour and a half later, Dallas stood beside me in Jackie's enormous walk-in closet.
...
"So what should I wear tonight?"
"That's why you lured me in here? I thought you wanted seven minutes in heaven." He gave me a lopsided grin. — Veronica Blade
Lopsided Sayings By Carol Ann Duffy: In the convent, y'all,I tend the gardens,watch things grow,pray for the immortal soulof rock 'n' In the convent, y'all,
I tend the gardens,
watch things grow,
pray for the immortal soul
of rock 'n' roll.

They call me
Sister Presley here,
The Reverend Mother
digs the way I move my hips
just like my brother.

Gregorian chant
drifts out across the herbs
Pascha nostrum immolatus est...
I wear a simple habit,
darkish hues,

a wimple with a novice-sewn
lace band, a rosary,
a chain of keys,
a pair of good and sturdy
blue suede shoes.

I think of it
as Graceland here,
a land of grace.
It puts my trademark slow lopsided smile
back on my face.

Lawdy.
I'm alive and well.
Long time since I walked
down Lonely Street
towards Heartbreak Hotel.

- Elvis's Twin Sister — Carol Ann Duffy
Lopsided Sayings By Jennifer L. Armentrout: I let out the breath I hadn't realized I was holding. "Guess what?""What?"Meeting his amber-colored I let out the breath I hadn't realized I was holding. "Guess what?"
"What?"
Meeting his amber-colored eyes, I admitted what probably wasn't a secret, but what I felt like I needed to put into words. "I like you, Seth."
He stopped his hand over mine, staying there, as he gave me a lopsided smile. "Guess what?"
"What?" I whispered.
Seth shifted so that his lips brushed mine as he spoke. "I like you too, Josie. — Jennifer L. Armentrout
Lopsided Sayings By Robert Galbraith: Judging by the lopsided way she was hunched, with one hand buried deep under the Judging by the lopsided way she was hunched, with one hand buried deep under the lapel of her coat, Strike deduced that he had saved her by grabbing a substantial part of her left breast. — Robert Galbraith
Lopsided Sayings By William Gibson: The speed limited my vision to the tunnel of the Toyota's headlights. The body could The speed limited my vision to the tunnel of the Toyota's headlights. The body could drive, I told myself, while the mind maintained. Maintained and stayed away from the weird peripheral window dressing of amphetamine and exhaustion, the spectral, luminous vegetation that grows out of the corners of the mind's eye along late-night highways. But the mind had its own ideas, and Kihn's opinion of what I was already thinking of as my "sighting" rattled endlessly through my head in a tight, lopsided orbit. Semiotic ghosts. Fragments of the Mass Dream, whirling past in the wind of my passage. Somehow this feedback-loop aggravated the diet pill, and the speed-vegetation along the road began to assume the colors of infrared satellite images, glowing shreds blown apart in the Toyota's slipstream. — William Gibson
Lopsided Sayings By Deborah Blake: I swore I wasn't going to rescue any more damsels in distress," Day muttered. To I swore I wasn't going to rescue any more damsels in distress," Day muttered.
To his surprise, Barbara gave him a lopsided grin, banging on the side of the trailer to make it produce a door. "What makes you think she isn't rescuing you?" she asked, and stomped inside without a backward look. — Deborah Blake
Lopsided Sayings By Truman Capote: The average personality reshapes frequently, every few years even our bodies undergo a complete overhaul The average personality reshapes frequently, every few years even our bodies undergo a complete overhaul - desirable or not, it is a natural thing that we should change. All right, here were two people who never would change. That is what Mildred Grossman had in common with Holly Golightly. They would never change because they'd been given their character too soon; which, like sudden riches, leads to a lack of proportion: the one had splurged herself into a top-heavy realist, the other a lopsided romantic. — Truman Capote
Lopsided Sayings By Allison Pang: Eh, I've always rather enjoyed being fashionably late." I picked up the violin case for Eh, I've always rather enjoyed being fashionably late." I picked up the violin case for Melanie, giving her an hug before clambering off the rock. "I feel like we should be leading a procession in, Pied Piper style."
"I know just the thing." A hint of her old self peeked through her eyes.
A moment later the first bars of "Safety Dance" hummed from the strings. I bit my lip trying not to giggle. Together the two of us broke out in lopsided chorus as I twirled about her. Ignoring the stares of the elves, we strutted up the center of the caravan, Brystion trailing behind us bemusedly. — Allison Pang
Lopsided Sayings By Max Barry: Haze condensed into Campbell. The reason he was lopsided Haze condensed into Campbell. The reason he was lopsidedMax Barry
Lopsided Sayings By Walter Mosley: I would have been completely brainwashed by this lopsided and racist view of the world I would have been completely brainwashed by this lopsided and racist view of the world if it weren't for my father. He was a deep thinker and an irrepressible problem solver. He was a Black Socrates, asking why and then spoiling ready-made replies. — Walter Mosley
Lopsided Sayings By Kate DiCamillo: There are hearts, reader, that never mend again once they are broken. Or if they There are hearts, reader, that never mend again once they are broken. Or if they do mend, they heal themselves in a crooked and lopsided way, as if sewn together by a careless craftsman. — Kate DiCamillo
Lopsided Sayings By Rebecca Solnit: Of course, women are capable of all sorts of major unpleasantness, and there are violent Of course, women are capable of all sorts of major unpleasantness, and there are violent crimes by women, but the so-called war of the sexes is extraordinarily lopsided when it comes to actual violence. Unlike the last (male) head of the International Monetary Fund, the current (female) head is not going to assault an employee at a luxury hotel; top-ranking female officers in the US military, unlike their male counterparts, are not accused of any sexual assaults; and young female athletes, unlike those male football players in Steubenville, aren't likely to urinate on unconscious boys, let alone violate them and boast about it in YouTube videos and Twitter feeds. No female bus riders in India have ganged up to sexually assault a man so badly he dies of his injuries, nor are marauding packs of women terrorizing men in Cairo's Tahrir Square, and there's no maternal equivalent to the 11 percent of rapes that are by fathers or stepfathers. — Rebecca Solnit
Lopsided Sayings By Frank Wilczek: Despite its overwhelming virtues, the Core Theory is imperfect. Indeed, precisely because it is such Despite its overwhelming virtues, the Core Theory is imperfect. Indeed, precisely because it is such a faithful description of reality, we must, in pursuit of our Question, hold it to the highest esthetic standards. So scrutinized, the Core Theory reveals flaws. Its equations are lopsided, and they contain several loosely connected pieces. Furthermore, the Core Theory does not account for so-called dark matter and dark energy. Although those tenuous forms of mater are negligible in our immediate neighborhood, they persist in the interstellar and intergalactic voids, and thereby come to dominate the overall mass of the Universe. For those and other reasons, we cannot remain satisfied. — Frank Wilczek
Lopsided Sayings By J.K. Rowling: Your Great-Aunt Muriel doesn't agree, I just met her upstairs while she was giving Fleur Your Great-Aunt Muriel doesn't agree, I just met her upstairs while she was giving Fleur the tiara. "She said 'Oh dear, is this the muggle born?' and then, 'Bad posture, skinny ankles.'" Don't take it personally, she's rude to everyone," said Ron. "Talking about Muriel?" inquired George, reemerging from the marquee with Fred. "Yeah, she's just told me my ears are lopsided. Old bat. — J.K. Rowling
Lopsided Sayings By Amy Lowell: Lilacs, False Blue, White, Purple,Colour of lilac,Your great puffs of flowersAre everywhere in this my Lilacs, False Blue, White, Purple,
Colour of lilac,
Your great puffs of flowers
Are everywhere in this my New England ...
Lilacs in dooryards
Holding quiet conversation with an early moon;
Lilacs watching a deserted house; ...
Lilacs, wind-beaten, staggering under a lopsided shock of bloom,
You are everywhere. — Amy Lowell
Lopsided Sayings By Neil Gaiman: I thought I was looking at a building at first: that it was some kind I thought I was looking at a building at first: that it was some kind of tent, as high as a country church, made of grey and pink canvas that flapped in the gusts of storm wind, in that orange sky: a lopsided canvas structure aged by weather and ripped by time. And then it turned and I saw its face ... — Neil Gaiman
Lopsided Sayings By Edgar Cayce: The life must be a well-balanced life, not lopsided in any manner to bring contentment. The life must be a well-balanced life, not lopsided in any manner to bring contentment. — Edgar Cayce
Lopsided Sayings By Erin Hunter: Well, I'm more lopsided than a one-legged badger. Well, I'm more lopsided than a one-legged badger. — Erin Hunter
Lopsided Sayings By J.R. Ward: Man, you cannot be real," the human said softly. "Why not?" "You just can't." She Man, you cannot be real," the human said softly.
"Why not?"
"You just can't."
She laughed a little. "Well, I am." He cleared his throat again. Offered her a lopsided grin.
"Mind if I ask you to prove it?"
"How?"
"Can I touch your hair? — J.R. Ward