tilt

Part of speech: noun

A thrust, as with a lance.

Part of speech: noun

TILTER.

Part of speech: verb

To tip; slant; lean.

Part of speech: verb

To aim, as a lance; contend with the lance.

Part of speech: noun

An inclination; slant.

Part of speech: noun

A tournanment.

Part of speech: verb

To furnish with an awning.

Part of speech: noun

A canvas cover, as for a boat or wagon.

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Usage examples "tilt":

  1. Craig had turned from it so suddenly that he actually ran full tilt into us. - "The Dream Doctor", Arthur B. Reeve.
  2. I knew that man's character from the tilt of his hat and the cut of his breeches. - "On the Heels of De Wet", The Intelligence Officer.
  3. For although thou wilt take us by storm, dear, Looking sweet, as thou certainly wilt, Yet, you know, it is very bad form, dear, And not English to wish for a " tilt." - "The Song of the Exile--A Canadian Epic", Wilfred S. Skeats.