Tilt

Antonyms of TILT

Synonyms of TILT

Examples of usage:

  1. He had to tilt back his head to see the tops of those huge steel columns, which reared their peaks two hundred and fifty feet above the bridge- floor level and a round four hundred feet above the water of the strait. "Out of the Primitive" by Robert Ames Bennet
  2. While I am watching the rolling of the spiral, a head of game rushes fun tilt into the unfinished snare. "The Life of the Spider" by J. Henri Fabre
  3. She held herself still a minute, visibly with force; only her eyes consciously attached to the seat of a chair the back of which her hands, making it tilt toward her a little, grasped as for support. "The Finer Grain" by Henry James
  4. She came driving on, full tilt, straight toward us. "The Valley of Vision" by Henry Van Dyke
  5. Still, aren't you getting a little too old now to run a tilt against the defects of the national character? "Delilah of the Snows" by Harold Bindloss
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