Tilt [noun]

Definition of Tilt:

lean, slope

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Sentence/Example of Tilt:

Yet he can tilt or play his part at hand-strokes as merrily as ever.

I understand that all right, but I am still in the dark as to what is causing this increase of tilt.

There was a momentous promise in his gravity, a hint of catastrophe in the tilt of his head.

As anticipated, the tilt had been rifled of its contents, chiefly flour and pork.

The tilt itself, however, had not been burned, and was otherwise undisturbed.

It was mid-forenoon of a beautiful, transparent September day when they reached the tilt.

That must be 235 found out; and from Tilt Cove it could be discovered in two hours.

They should not be permitted to slide forward on the nose or tilt.

All the planet seemed to tilt insanely as the caterwheels spun.

On the following days the ceremony was prolonged by tilt and tourney.