milt merely sat more erect, looked more bland and white-browed and steady.
Just hold on a minute and you'll see milt Richardson pokin' along this way.
"Thet was white of milt to stick up fer poor old Al," declared Lem's brother.
milt scowled and looked as though he wished he hadn't said that.
milt's cold face waved into focus before Frankie's blinking eyes.
milt could control every muscle, every move and every reflex of his body.
"milt, thet's bad—makin' Beasley sore at you," said Lem Harden.
As a Welterweight, milt had learned to depend on speed and quick hands.
milt stripped off his overalls and derby-crown, and washed his big, firm hands with gritty soft soap.
He slipped on his robe and he and milt went to join the others in the TV studio.
Old English milte "spleen," from Proto-Germanic *miltjo- (cf. Old Frisian milte, Middle Dutch milte, Dutch milt "spleen, milt of fish," Old High German milzi, German milz, Old Norse milti). Meaning "fish sperm" is late 15c.