Tilt \Tilt\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Tilted}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Tilting}.] To cover with a tilt, or awning. [1913 Webster]

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  • Tilting — Tilt ing, n. 1. The act of one who tilts; a tilt. [1913 Webster] 2. The process by which blister steel is rendered ductile by being forged with a tilt hammer. [1913 Webster] {Tilting helmet}, a helmet of large size and unusual weight and strength …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • tilting — I. noun ( s) Etymology: from gerund of tilt (I) : the action or sport of one who tilts : jousting was killed at a tilting Notes & Queries …   Useful english dictionary

  • tilting — nuolydis statusas T sritis fizika atitikmenys: angl. inclination; slope; tilting vok. Neigung, f rus. наклон, m; наклонение, n; наклонность, f pranc. inclinaison, f; pente, f …   Fizikos terminų žodynas

  • tilting — Synonyms and related words: aslant, aslope, atilt, bevel, beveled, bias, biased, canting, careening, inclinational, inclinatory, inclined, inclining, leaning, listing, oblique, out of plumb, out of square, pitched, pitching, raking, recumbent,… …   Moby Thesaurus

  • tilting — tilt·ing || tɪltɪŋ n. sloping, tipping, inclining tɪlt n. inclination; bending; attack, onslaught; joust, fight between knights on horseback who attempt to unseat each other with lances, jousting contest v. incline, slant; cause to lean;… …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Tilting —    Mock battle where two mounted knights charge each other, with lances and shields, sometimes across a barrier known as a tilt. This was a test of the knight s prowess. During battle, knights would also joust, resulting in injury or death. Also… …   The writer's dictionary of science fiction, fantasy, horror and mythology

  • Tilting at windmills (disambiguation) — Tilting at windmills is an English idiom which means attacking imaginary enemies , originating from the novel Don Quixote . Tilting at windmills may also refer to:An album: * Tilting at Windmills (Consafos album), a 2005 album by Consafos *… …   Wikipedia

  • Tilting Train Express — (TTX) is a South Korean high speed tilting train service under development by Korea Railroad Research Institute. The tilting train will be deployed in service by 2010.cite news last = first = coauthors = title = Korea’s Tilting Train work = pages …   Wikipedia

  • Tilting at windmills — is an English idiom which means attacking imaginary enemies, or fighting otherwise unwinnable battles. The word “tilt,” here, comes from jousting. This idiomatic phrase originated in the novel Don Quixote , and is often used today in reference to …   Wikipedia

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