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  • n. Plural form of tilter.


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  • Others, like me, could best be described as tilters, leaners or shaders.

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  • I mean, besides windmill tilters -- or is that would-be spoilers?

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  • Whore-masters would serve; for none are judges at tilting, but those that have been old tilters.

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  • Strangely that would be the ideal function of the old sacred texts which religion and windmill tilters constantly manage to twist into a form of madness.

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  • Their faults were the faults of lusty, red-blooded youth, and their virtues the open-handed generosity, the ready sympathy of those uncertain tilters at life who ride or fall in the tourney of a new country.

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  • Comte, very much where it did when Socrates ran amuck among the casuistical Quixotes of his day, and left the philosophic tilters of

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  • "Ivanhoe," except that the tilters use canoes instead of horses and blunt sticks in place of spears and lances.

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  • We are curious to see upon what ground these clever tilters are going to measure each other.

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  • There was a great jousting at Crecy a little later, and Gaston went there to deal with certain knights and princes among the tilters, and left the shop in Dickon's charge.

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  • Watch Master Tomtit as he performs some of his acrobatic feats, putting the tilters and tumblers in the human circus to the blush.

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