verb (used with object)
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Idioms for hilt
Origin of hilt
Example sentences from the Web for hilt
If Justice Ginsburg’s family did not follow Jewish tradition by delaying her burial, in other respects they honored that tradition to the hilt.In Death, As In Life, Ruth Bader Ginsburg Balanced Being American And Jewish|LGBTQ-Editor|September 25, 2020|No Straight News
The diamond-hilted sword was not taken into the fray, unfortunately, as it happened, and fell a prey to the baggage-looters.Armour in England|J. Starkie Gardner
Next the sabre golden-hilted, sable and with gold embossed, Brave Yudhishthir kept that sabre when the king his kingdom lost!Maha-bharata|Anonymous
Gray spears over chariots: ivory-hilted swords on thighs: silvery shields above their elbows.
A gold hilted sword in his hand; a blood-red shield which has been speckled with rivets of white bronze between plates of gold.
An ivory-hilted sword in the hand of each of them, and whoever enters the house they essay to smite him with the swords.
British Dictionary definitions for hilt
Word Origin for hilt
Idioms and Phrases with hilt
see to the hilt.