- a plow handle.
- a crutch.
Origin of stilt
OTHER WORDS FROM stiltstiltlike, adjective
Words nearby stilt
How to use stilt in a sentence
Dorris in turn threatened to raise it on stilts and move the flags to 100-foot flagpoles—a plan that turned out to be unnecessary because the state refused to add vegetation.The Hideous People Behind a ‘Heinously Ugly’ Confederate Statue|Mark Potok|December 19, 2021|The Daily Beast
The cheery blue puffs suspended atop ladderlike stilts suggested heaven was attainable.The Hudson Valley’s outdoor art parks make for an alluring pandemic destination|Nevin Martell|April 23, 2021|Washington Post
With the utmost caution he came over the high sedges on his stilt-like legs to the brink of the creek and posed.Roof and Meadow|Dallas Lore Sharp
These birds are of the plover family, and might with propriety be called the stilt plovers.The Natural History of Selborne, Vol. 2|Gilbert White
The stilt breeds as far north as eastern Oregon, but is little seen north of southern California in the winter.Game Birds and Game Fishes of the Pacific Coast|Harry Thom Payne
You notice that, unlike those stilt-walkers, the herons, the flamingoes have webbed feet.The Adventures of a Grain of Dust|Hallam Hawksworth
But he said he would do his best to run out the remainder on a stilt.Mary Tudor, Queen of France|Mary Croom Brown